chuckr at chuckr.org
Sun May 1 20:47:47 PDT 2005
I am rather amazed that the video work on my amd64 box is going to
remarkably well. The sound works digitally across 5.1 channels, and
what's more, it looks like all of k3b's functions (at least to the point
I understand them) are all working. All completely without any reliance
whatsoever upon x86 compatibility. It's all done with native-built
ports, no packages.
Anyhow, I have acidrip working well, and I've ripped a dvd. This is
that dvd from a few weeks ago, its' got region==2, and it's in PAL, so I
want to set it up in some format that plays in my friend's old dvd
player, so he can finally, at long last *see* the dvd he paid for.
He could have watched it some weeks ago on my system, but he wants to
see it at home. How unreasonable! Anyhow, after I ripped it with
Acidrip, it came right up on an .avi format, all in the same format.
So, question, anyone know what sort of format plays from a cd to a dvd
player (I am happily willing to lose the menus)
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