Adding Audio Tracks to a DVD
Justin W. Hart
justin.hart at yale.edu
Mon Jul 26 16:43:55 UTC 2010
Hey! Sorry I didn't take time to reply! I was out of town and didn't see
the email, actually. I have those packages, but don't know the lines to add
multiple audio tracks. Even better would just to be to stick them on a
completed ISO, if I could (like, the standard ISO, plus a bunch of audio
Anyway, what I think my plan is is to use DVD::Rip in the mode that just
reproduces the DVD with its audio, and see what lines it pops out in its
log, since it calls mencoder to do this.
On Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 10:21 PM, Basil Chupin <blchupin at iinet.net.au>wrote:
> On 21/07/10 06:35, Justin W. Hart wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm a Rifftrax enthusiast. I've been listening to rifftrax by
> > starting VLC and syncing it with Rhythmbox. I'm also getting into
> > http://www.zarban.com/ which offers other commentaries. What I'd like
> > to do is to add the commentaries as audio tracks on AVIs or DVD isos.
> > I know that this is possible, because pirates do it, but, what I'd
> > really like is to rip a few of my favorite movies, and stick all of
> > the commentaries onto the movie file so I can just casually watch it
> > or flip between commentaries.
> > Anyway, does anybody know how to add audio tracks to an AVI or DVD
> > iso? Also, is there good software for syncing up two audio streams?
> > Usually you sync rifftrax up at the start of the movie, so there is
> > some lag betwixt the two tracks.
> > Justin
> Have a look at Avidemux, DeVeDe, and Cinelerra - one of them should do
> what you want. (And while you are in Synaptic Package Manager have a
> look to see if there are any other apps which you may want.)
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