./multimedia/ccextractor [closed caption subtitles extractor]
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Version: 0.56, Package name: ccextractor-0.56
Maintained by: Marc Espie
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Description
Closed captions are TV subtitles that you can turn on and off. The
term Closed Captions refer to TV subtitles in NTSC, such as the US
or Canada. In Europe Teletext (usually page 888) is used for
subtitling.

CCExtractor supports only American TV captions. It will not work
with European or Australian subtitles.

Basically, it can extract closed captions from an mpeg stream (such as
a DVD) and produce srt files with both the subtitles and timing information.

Note that closed captions sometimes are ALL CAPS, so further processing might
be needed.

In the simplest case, mplayer -subcc can tell you if closed captions exist.
Then use mplayer -dumpstream to dump the full video stream, and ccextractor
on the resulting file to get the subtitles (for instance).


Filesize: 205.526 KB
Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2011-08-16) Package added to openports.se, version ccextractor-0.56 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2017-07-26 16:45:35 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (937)
Log message:
bump LIBCXX/LIBECXX/COMPILER_LIBCXX ports.
   2017-07-23 03:26:30 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (244)
Log message:
add pthread to COMPILER_LIBCXX.
white lie, but it allows clang and gcc to be more similar
bump accordingly.
   2017-07-16 13:19:06 by Marc Espie | Files touched by this commit (880)
Log message:
use COMPILER_LIBCXX where applicable
   2017-04-10 05:46:23 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (276)
Log message:
use LIBCXX
   2015-01-17 20:16:09 by Christian Weisgerber | Files touched by this commit (3349)
Log message:
Drop remaining MD5/RMD160/SHA1 checksums.