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Lightbulb Video & Audio Specs (DVD) & Screenshots - 07.08.07, 07:22 PM

Power DVD



in this picture of PowerDVD the left circle shows you where you get a screenshot
the right circle is where you hit for audio & video attributes



in this picture it's showing you what pops up when you hit the button on right
in this box, the tab on far right Information will give you video & audio attributes
it says none because I do not have a dvd in right now
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first shot is opening a vob file, second shot is a PAL dvd third is a NTSC dvd



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<5 Width & Height of video
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<7 Audio LPCM or AC3
<8 PAL or NTSC indication
<9 AC3 bitrate (LPCM audio is always 1536 bitrate)



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I've been using WinDVD for a few years. It has a little camera icon on the control panel at the top of the main window. When you click it, a small window shows up with a thumbnail in it. You can keep clicking screenshots, and they will be added. Then you can view them to decide whick ones to save or delete



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If you use Media Player Classic you can get the specs following this route
File > Properties
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07.08.07, 07:25 PM

plzz post any questions u have
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07.09.07, 02:12 PM

Is there a good "free" program to get the bit rate info? That seems to be the only thing thats still missing from from my post
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07.09.07, 02:17 PM

Doesn't DVDDecrypter net you most of the info?
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07.09.07, 02:41 PM

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Is there a good "free" program to get the bit rate info? That seems to be the only thing thats still missing from from my post
http://www.headbands.com/gspot/

this is a free program for audio & video specs
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07.09.07, 04:09 PM

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Doesn't DVDDecrypter net you most of the info?
not the bitrate info. I tried the other night
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07.09.07, 04:41 PM

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not the bitrate info. I tried the other night
That's why I said "most".
Sometimes bit-rates can be derived from the running times and filesizes. For example, if a singe disc show is 90 minutes long and the filesize is under 3GB, the bit-rate is generally too low to be worth downloading. Of course everyones standards are going to vary.
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07.25.07, 02:33 PM

VLC will do screen shots
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
you can also tell it to output snapshot as jpeg (Preferences > Video > and it's under "Snapshot".)
gspot will do video and audio specs
you'll have to open a vob file for it to do it correctly
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07.26.07, 10:46 AM

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Is there a good "free" program to get the bit rate info? That seems to be the only thing thats still missing from from my post
If I remember correctly VLC does also give you specs in options

I use WINDVD which is pretty good for that.......

Check also Real Player I think that one also you can verify specs


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07.31.07, 03:15 PM

I've been using WinDVD for a few years. It has a little camera icon on the control panel at the top of the main window. When you click it, a small window shows up with a thumbnail in it. You can keep clicking screenshots, and they will be added. Then you can view them to decide whick ones to save or delete.

I'm using version 6.0. I'm not sure if the the same features are in the same location in newer versions.

To retrieve audio/video specs, right click anywhere in the main window, while a movie is playing, and select "setup". Once the "setup" window pops open, click on the "INFORMATION" tab.

BTW, I am NOT ENDORSING this software, I'm simply providing basic instructions on how to take screen shots with WinDVD.
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12.02.07, 08:01 AM

I'm not sure if this is the right thread for my question:

I converted a show from VHS to hard drive and then to DVD. I'm not very familiar with this.
Now there is a line at the bottom of the screen (see attachment). Is that a conversion error? Where does that come from and can I do anything about it?

Thanks for your help in advance.
And sorry if this is the wrong place.
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12.02.07, 08:12 AM

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I converted a show from VHS to hard drive and then to DVD. I'm not very familiar with this.
Now there is a line at the bottom of the screen (see attachment). Is that a conversion error?
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Where does that come from and can I do anything about it?
I'm not sure what to call it, but that's normal for a VHS tape. When you watch the DVD on your TV, you won't see it because it's located in the overscan area. When you watch it on your computer, you will see it because there is no over scan.

As far as I'm aware, you can't do anything about it. Don't worry about it.

A new thread in "Technology and the Struggle" would have been a good place for this subject. At least it's in the right forum.
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12.02.07, 08:18 AM

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No.

I'm not sure what to call it, but that's normal for a VHS tape. When you watch the DVD on your TV, you won't see it because it's located in the overscan area. When you watch it on your computer, you will see it because there is no over scan.

As far as I'm aware, you can't do anything about it. Don't worry about it.

A new thread in "Technology and the Struggle" would have been a good place for this subject. At least it's in the right forum.
Thanks for the quick answer.
But: I do see it when I watch it on TV! Maybe that's because I am watching in PAL which has more rows than NTSC?

Yeah, I thought about a new thread but I thought it was exaggerated to make a new thread for one little question...
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12.22.07, 08:25 AM

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Power DVD



in this picture of PowerDVD the left circle shows you where you get a screenshot
the right circle is where you hit for audio & video attributes



in this picture it's showing you what pops up when you hit the button on right
in this box, the tab on far right Information will give you video & audio attributes
it says none because I do not have a dvd in right now
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G-Spot
first shot is opening a vob file, second shot is a PAL dvd third is a NTSC dvd



<1 Format or Codec
<2 System Bitrate (Video & Audio)
<3 KBPS or Video Bitrate
<4 FPS Frames Per Second
<5 Width & Height of video
<6 Aspect Ratio
<7 Audio LPCM or AC3
<8 PAL or NTSC indication
<9 AC3 bitrate (LPCM audio is always 1536 bitrate)

G-Spot (FREE PROGRAM)
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WinDVD
I've been using WinDVD for a few years. It has a little camera icon on the control panel at the top of the main window. When you click it, a small window shows up with a thumbnail in it. You can keep clicking screenshots, and they will be added. Then you can view them to decide whick ones to save or delete




VLC will be posted soon
Perfect....I have PowerDVD...LOL
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Originally Posted by dokkendude View Post
Power DVD



in this picture of PowerDVD the left circle shows you where you get a screenshot
the right circle is where you hit for audio & video attributes



in this picture it's showing you what pops up when you hit the button on right
in this box, the tab on far right Information will give you video & audio attributes
it says none because I do not have a dvd in right now
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G-Spot
first shot is opening a vob file, second shot is a PAL dvd third is a NTSC dvd



<1 Format or Codec
<2 System Bitrate (Video & Audio)
<3 KBPS or Video Bitrate
<4 FPS Frames Per Second
<5 Width & Height of video
<6 Aspect Ratio
<7 Audio LPCM or AC3
<8 PAL or NTSC indication
<9 AC3 bitrate (LPCM audio is always 1536 bitrate)

G-Spot (FREE PROGRAM)
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WinDVD
I've been using WinDVD for a few years. It has a little camera icon on the control panel at the top of the main window. When you click it, a small window shows up with a thumbnail in it. You can keep clicking screenshots, and they will be added. Then you can view them to decide whick ones to save or delete




VLC will be posted soon
So the question is which of these 3 programs is best for screen shots or best all around??


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So the question is which of these 3 programs is best for screen shots or best all around??
I prefer Power DVD, but lately all it does is freeze on me
and WinDVD won't read a dvd from my external drive
so...
G-Spot is Free for your specs
and a free prog for screenshots is media player classic
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03.08.08, 08:38 AM

Video & Audio Specs (DVD) prog. i do have vlc but i don't know if that give all the info i need

i need one for linux mint anyone a suggestion, thx


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POR FAVOR SI ME PUEDEN EXPLIVAR.

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