C:\apps\mkvmerge>mkvextract tracks --no-ogg C:\test\muxed.mkv 2:"C:\test\demuxed.flac"Extracting track 2 with the CodecID 'A_FLAC' to the file 'C:\test\demuxed.flac'.Container format: raw dataProgress: 100%
I've having the toughest time figuring out how to extract the FLAC audio from an MKV and then convert it to AC3 so I can remux to a VOB or m2ts to play via USB HDD on my Playstation 3.I tried the MKVExtract in MKVToolnix. MKCEXtractGUI won't demux FLAC. So I tried command line like this:mkvextract --no-ogg source.mkv 1:video.264 2:audio.flacIt is interesting even though I used --no-ogg options the status message still says it is writting to ogg container. Does the no-ogg option not work so this is causing the problem?Then I tried EAC2ToGUI and I get "the format of the source file cannot be detected" I get a similar error if I try to play the .FLAC file in VLC but after it displays the error, it plays fine anyway.Help!
First of all, there's no flac-audio in an mkv file.
Quote from: nastea on 04 January, 2013, 07:07:41 AMFirst of all, there's no flac-audio in an mkv file.Come again?The simplest of Google searches would quickly show that this is an increasingly common situation with poor hardware and software decoding support (thus the question). Or did you just think that all the other replies failed to catch such a blatant error?
I've never seen a kangaroo, but if someone asked me how to extract a Joey from its mother's pouch I wouldn't tell OP kangaroo's don't exist!
Quote from: Soap on 04 January, 2013, 07:49:59 AMI've never seen a kangaroo, but if someone asked me how to extract a Joey from its mother's pouch I wouldn't tell OP kangaroo's don't exist!Your kangaroo talk isn't really helping the OP.
ffmpeg -i videofile -i audiofile.mkv -c:v copy -c:a ac3 -b:a 448k -c:s copy out.m2ts