Extract all tracks from a DVD?

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nawi
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Extract all tracks from a DVD?

Post by nawi » Mon Sep 16, 2019 11:25 pm

Hello!

How can I extract all titles from a DVD in a way, that the titles contain all audio tracks (if possible to select the default audio track to play) and all subtitles (no selected, no burnt in). The target device is a Apple TV which supports 4K so, the quality should be as good as possible.

I know, that mplayer provides this kind of extraction but I can‘t add this titles to iTunes to stream them without recoding the files (extract from DVD is prefered).

I looked at the documentation but found not what I look for. I would use the latest version of HandBrakeCLI.

Thanks for answers.

Woodstock
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Re: Extract all tracks from a DVD?

Post by Woodstock » Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:38 pm

Ripping software like MakeMKV and similar, have this feature. They normally do NO recoding, so there is no change in quality.

Handbrake isn't a ripper. And it will ALWAYS recode the video.

nawi
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Re: Extract all tracks from a DVD?

Post by nawi » Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:59 pm

Thanks for the answer.
Yes, I know it recodes and it should do, just want to get out the best possible quality for the planned devices.

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