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Old 21-04-12, 23:29   #1
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Default TV shows in YADIS

I want to view TV shows through Yadis. This works well if I download individual episodes and content is perfectly scraped.
But some downloads are VOB files or ISO files from TV shows with multiple episodes on one disk. Is there a (simple) way to separate the individual episodes and save them into different files, so they can be scraped individually and played individually through Yadis?

As well, I'm about to rip my own TV show DVD collection and put it on my NAS to play through Yadis. How can I best rip my DVD's so I have individual episodes and not the issue as described above? Is there a good DVD/Blu Ray ripper or other tool around to do this?

Thanks!
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Default Re: TV shows in YADIS

Originally Posted by mirko88 View Post
I want to view TV shows through Yadis. This works well if I download individual episodes and content is perfectly scraped.
But some downloads are VOB files or ISO files from TV shows with multiple episodes on one disk. Is there a (simple) way to separate the individual episodes and save them into different files, so they can be scraped individually and played individually through Yadis?

As well, I'm about to rip my own TV show DVD collection and put it on my NAS to play through Yadis. How can I best rip my DVD's so I have individual episodes and not the issue as described above? Is there a good DVD/Blu Ray ripper or other tool around to do this?

Thanks!
I use makemkv to make individual files for TV episodes from DVDs containing several episodes. Works well for me.
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Old 22-04-12, 19:40   #3
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Default Re: TV shows in YADIS

Dear Yannis,

Thank you for this reply.
Can makemkv be used for both regular DVD's as for Blu Ray? I'm only familiar with mkv for HD content.
As well, can ripped DVD's, as in ISO or VIDEO_TS files be used as well with makemkv?
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Default Re: TV shows in YADIS

Originally Posted by mirko88 View Post
Dear Yannis,

Thank you for this reply.
Can makemkv be used for both regular DVD's as for Blu Ray? I'm only familiar with mkv for HD content.
As well, can ripped DVD's, as in ISO or VIDEO_TS files be used as well with makemkv?
Hi,

Yes you can certainly rip regular DVDs with it - in fact that's all I've ever used it for.

I don't know if you can use it to convert existing files. The web site has links to FAQs and a forum - you might find the answer there. http://www.makemkv.com/
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Default Re: TV shows in YADIS

MakeMKV can rip from a Blu-Ray or DVD disk, a mounted BD or DVD image (for example, with Virtual CloneCD), a BD or DVD image directly, or from a DVD or BD file structure (BDMV or VIDEO_TS).

It simply remuxes the content into an MKV container, so the process is lossless. MakeMKV can retain any audio and video format found on Blu-ray and DVD disks including DTS-HD MA and TrueHD audio. You also can include subtitles and the program will automatically include the chapters from the original playlist.

One warning though - the playlist order isn't always correct so you'll want to check the output to make sure your episodes are ordered properly. This usually isn't an issue though.
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