Is it possible to extract DVD angles from VOB files with ffmpeg?

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Is it possible to extract DVD angles from VOB files with ffmpeg?

Adam Kessel
Is it possible to select/extract individual angles from a VOB file?

I found an 8-year-old thread suggesting at least at that time it wasn't
possible
https://lists.ffmpeg.org/pipermail/ffmpeg-user/2012-November/011665.html

There appears to be an "-angle" option but as best I can tell that only
applies to BluRay playlists.

If ffmpeg can't extract angles, can anyone suggest a currently
maintained tool that does?

The closest I've found is tccat from the transcode package which does
exactly this, but transcode is no longer maintained and doesn't build in
recent Linux distribution releases. Getting it to compile or run on a
modern distro would require some patching for updated libraries. When
running under an old version, it's as simple as "tccat -i file.vob -T
1,-1,1 > file_angle_1.vob" to extract angle 1 from file.vob.

If this isn't supported in ffmpeg, might it be possible to implement
based on the transcode/tccat source code?

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Re: Is it possible to extract DVD angles from VOB files with ffmpeg?

Carl Eugen Hoyos-2
Am Fr., 2. Okt. 2020 um 00:37 Uhr schrieb Adam Kessel <[hidden email]>:
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> Is it possible to select/extract individual angles from a VOB file?

This should work with mplayer -dumpstream, FFmpeg does not
support reading (non-trivial) DVDs.

Carl Eugen
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