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bs1 14th June 2007 08:50 PM

DO YOU KNOW HOW TO SEE THIS MOVIE ?
 
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LOOK THE picture

do i need codec ?

BSPeter 14th June 2007 09:08 PM

Seems like an audio DVD to me (in which case it will be a tough job to see that "movie").
:wink:
Anyone?

adicoto 14th June 2007 09:39 PM

http://filext.com/file-extension/aob

That's the structure of an Audio DVD as Peter noticed at a glance :wink:

bs1 16th June 2007 08:00 AM

i am sorry what to do with this link ?
 
:?:

BSPeter 16th June 2007 11:41 AM

Re: i am sorry what to do with this link ?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bs1
:?:

Well, if you click on the link it leads to a webpage, which confirms that the file-extension ".AOB" is for DVD Audio Files (so your DVD is no movie, but an audio DVD).
:wink:
P.S.: It is better not to use the subject-line ("i am sorry what to do with this link ?") as part of the text of reply-posts (as it is easy not to see that text in the middle of a thread).

bs1 16th June 2007 12:05 PM

look the question what codec i need ?
 
Quote:

Well, if you click on the link it leads to a webpage, which confirms that the file-extension ".AOB" is for DVD Audio Files (so your DVD is no movie, but an audio DVD).

but that i know
that this AUDIO DVD .

THE question was how to play this file not what this "A DVD " .
THE question is how to play this file ?
with player :?:

BSPeter 16th June 2007 12:16 PM

Re: look the question what codec i need ?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by bs1
.....
but that i know
that this AUDIO DVD .
THE question was how to play this file not what this "A DVD " .
THE question is how to play this file ?
with player :?:

No, I'm afraid your question in fact was: "DO YOU KNOW HOW TO SEE THIS MOVIE ?".
Unfortunately I do not have an audio DVD at hand right now, so I cannot test. Anyone?
:wink:

Tizio 16th June 2007 12:30 PM

But are you asking because you already tried to play it and it doesn't play?

I don't have an Audio DVD to test (and don't even know how they are created), but I think it depends on the format used to create the DVD.
You can try installing AC3Filter :wink:

J7N 16th June 2007 03:49 PM

It depends whether the releaser (I see you downloaded this illegal file set) has used Meridian Lossless Packing (MLP) compression. If he has not then a MPEG-2 demultiplexer + AC3filter will render your files, since AOB is basically a VOB. But this most likely is NOT the case.

If your files are in MLP format you need to either burn them and insert in a shiny silver set-top DVD player, or extract the files back to their source uncompressed format. To extract you need, "DVD-Audio Explorer" and either Minnetonka DiscWelder or Surcode MPL encoder. Both later are professional payware. I can upload DVDA explorer, since it is free and not easy to find.

Do not attempt to unpack the MLPs using generic MPEG-2 demultiplexers. It won't work, since MPL is encapsulated with additional data per frame to look like a standard LPCM stream. Surcode tools won't understand this format.

I don't know an easier, automated way to unpack an AOB set. I'd blame the uploader who chose not to release in a format more convenient for computer users, such as FLAC, Wavpack or APE.


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