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Smarties 20th April 2005 06:00 PM

Can I make a standalone CD with a Matroska file?
 
I have this movie in a Matroska (.mkv) package. The video is encoded as Real media and the audio as Ogg Vorbis.
Question: Can I make a stand-alone CD with this movie (meaning, so that it would run on a PC with no codecs installed)?

From different sources, I gathered so far that I will need the following files:

in [root]:
ogg.dll
vorbis.dll
vorbisenc.dll

in /filters:
CoreVorbis.ax
MatroskaSplitter.ax
OggDS.dll

My bspfilters.dat reads:

[BSPlayer filter def file]

AddFilter {149D2E01-C32E-4939-80F6-C07B81015A7A},Matroska Filter
AddFilter MatroskaSplitter.ax,{149D2E01-C32E-4939-80F6-C07B81015A7A},Matroska Splitter
AddFilter RealMediaSplitter.ax, {238D0F23-5DC9-45A6-9BE2-666160C324DD}, RealMedia Splitter
AddFilter CoreVorbis.ax, {0835DC4B-AA01-48C3-A42D-FD62C530A3E1},CoreVorbis Audio Decoder
AddFilter OggDS.dll,{02391F44-2767-4E6A-A484-9B47B506F3A4},Vorbis Decoder

[Video]
????={238D0F23-5DC9-45A6-9BE2-666160C324DD}, RealMedia Splitter

[Audio]
????={0835DC4B-AA01-48C3-A42D-FD62C530A3E1},CoreVorbis Audio Decoder

I assume that I need to add lines in the [Video] and [Audio] sections, but what are the FilterGUID for RealMediaSplitter.ax and CoreVorbis.ax?

I got the RealMedia Splitter from RealAlternative 1.28 (no way am I going to infect my computer with that @#%&+!! RealOne player).
I read somewhere that RealAlternative only provides "DirectShow" filters but I'm not sure what that means...
also, analyzing my movie with GSpot only gives "MS" options for decoding, not "GSpot" (whatever that means)

Thanks for an enlightening reply! I don't understand that much about the different codecs, I am more like guessing what to do.
so please don't laugh too hard at me if I'm making a complete ass of myself here, ok? :wink:

bscd 21st April 2005 09:38 AM

I can't see RealMediaSplitter.ax in your listed files, but I suppose you're going to put it on the CD too :wink:

You can use Gspot / View / Installed Codecs / Video to determine the ???? for Real Media...I didn't have that one installed so I can't tell, but it should be there...at least QuickTime (alternative) was.

BTW: I think FilterGUID means that 238D0F23-5DC9-45A6-9BE2-666160C324DD thing...I've used windows regedit to find this code using the filters filename as query.

Smarties 21st April 2005 01:26 PM

GSpot codec information
 
Thanks for the input, bscd!

Quote:

Originally Posted by bscd
I can't see RealMediaSplitter.ax in your listed files, but I suppose you're going to put it on the CD too :wink:

Duh. Can't believe I forgot about that! Thanks for the reminder!

Quote:

Originally Posted by bscd
You can use Gspot / View / Installed Codecs / Video to determine the ???? for Real Media...I didn't have that one installed so I can't tell, but it should be there...at least QuickTime (alternative) was.

Well, when I run Gspot I get the following information (after I "forced" it to read a .mkv file)

There are NO proposed codec solutions in the 2 columns "gspot".
Using the column "MS", I get:

Render OK; the following combination of filters was used:
(Src) --> [RealVideo Decoder]>--(A)-->[Video Renderer]-->
(Src) --> [CoreVorbis Audio Decoder]>--(A)-->[Default DirectSound Device]


When I ask for the details of the filters, I get:

DSH 4CC Video
FIL Comments http://gabest.org/
FIL Company Name Gabest
DSH DirectShow CLSID {238D0F23-5DC9-45A6-9BE2-666160C324DD}
REG Driver File C:\WINDOWS\system32\RealMediaSplitter.ax
FIL File Description RealMedia Splitter
FIL File Version 1, 0, 0, 9
DSH Friendly Name RealVideo Decoder
- - Function Other
FIL Internal Name RealMedia Splitter
FIL Legal Copyright Copyright (C) 2003
REG Merit 0x00400000
FIL Original Filename RealMediaSplitter.ax
FIL Product Name RealMedia Splitter
FIL Product Version 1, 0, 0, 9
- - Type DSH


and

DSH 4CC Audio
FIL Company Name -
DSH DirectShow CLSID {0835DC4B-AA01-48C3-A42D-FD62C530A3E1}
REG Driver File C:\WINDOWS\system32\CoreVorbis.ax
FIL File Description CoreVorbis
FIL File Version 1, 0, 0, 2
DSH Friendly Name CoreVorbis Audio Decoder
- - Function Decoder
FIL Internal Name CoreVorbis
FIL Legal Copyright Copyright © 2004
REG Merit 0x00800000
FIL Original Filename CoreVorbis.ax
FIL Product Name CoreVorbis
FIL Product Version 1, 0, 0, 2
- - Type DSH


I guess I used a misnomer. What I meant with "FilterGUID" was rather
the codec's 4CC code respectively audiotag - as you can see, those are missing in the table above!

In the sample file bsfilters.sam provided by BSPlayer, it says:

[Video]
; Syntax: FourCC=FilterGUID,FilterName
; This FourCC codes are for for AVI files only
;DIV3={82CCD3E0-F71A-11D0-9FE5-00609778AAAA},DivX 3.11 MPEG4 decoder

and

[Audio]
; Syntax: AudioTag=FilterGUID,FilterName
; For AVI files
; 0055=MPEG Layer III (MP3) audio

So what I am missing is the 4 digit codes that go before the = sign.

Does this tell you something that it doesn't tell me?

By the way, I used GSpot v2.52 beta01 for the results above.


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