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pascald
29th July 2007, 11:46 AM
Hi,

I posted already on the french forum but did not get too much feedback yet.
Maybe there are more of you using transcode that read this forum.
I tried to extract the soundtrack from dvd musical with transcode.
When it tries to extract one track I get this message (the end of it)
[import_dvd.so] v0.4.0 (2003-10-02) (video) DVD | (audio) MPEG/AC3/PCM
[transcode] warning : /usr/lib64/transcode/export_mp3.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
[transcode] warning : (dl_loader.c) loading "/usr/lib64/transcode/export_mp3.so" failed
[transcode] warning : (encoder.c) loading audio export module failed
[transcode] warning : failed to init export modules
[transcode] critical: plug-in initialization failed

I looked in the /usr/lib64/transcode folder and indeed this library is missing. But there are two other libraries: export_mp2enc.so et export_mpeg2enc.so
Could it be that one of these be the ons transcode is loking for ? In which case I could make a symlink with a name change.

Trying ogg (the library is in the /usr/lib64/transcode folder) here is what I get :

[import_dvd.so] v0.4.0 (2003-10-02) (video) DVD | (audio) MPEG/AC3/PCM
[export_ogg.so] v0.0.5 (2003-08-31) (video) null | (audio) ogg
[transcode] warning : (encoder.c) video codec not supported by export module
[transcode] warning : failed to init export modules
[transcode] critical: plug-in initialization failed

doing a yum provides export_mp3.so returns me a No Matches found answer.

Does anyone have any idea here ?
Thanx. Pascal.

pascald
29th July 2007, 05:42 PM
Sorry for the trouble.
I found the solution. If I did not do the right thing first it is because I used this page http://www.togaware.com/linux/survivor/DVD_Sound.html and used a wrong syntax in the command.
Today I found this one http://www.transcoding.org/cgi-bin/transcode which is even greater and I got it working.

lazlow
29th July 2007, 06:13 PM
You might want to look into avidemux. It is very good at this sort of thing.

pascald
29th July 2007, 08:03 PM
I'll take a look at it. Thank you.