- movie-rip-epg.data [-t title_mode] [-l language] < /some/where/epg.data > my_movie.info
The program reads its information from standard input, so you should redirect the program's input from the epg.data file that VDR produced when it recorded your movie.
The program writes its gathered information to standard output, so you should redirect the program's output into a file called my_movie.info (where my_movie.mpg is the file that was generated by VDR).
OPTIONSThe following options are available:
- -t title_mode
- Sets the title mode. With this option, you can determine which part of the epg.data file will become the title that is used in the DVD menu that will be created by movie-title.
Possible values are:
title This will simply use the "T" line in the file.
short This will simply use the "S" line in the file.
squote This will use the quoted part of the "S" line.
auto This will try to autodetect what to use.
- The title setting is the default if you don't specify -t.
- -l language
- Sets the language of the title headings that are produced in the .info file. The default is English, which will use the headings Title, Short description and Synopsis.
- You may either specify english, french or dutch or specify your language's words for title, short description and synopis (or long description), separated by pipe signs (|).
- For example: ... -l "Title|Short description|Synopsis" ... could be used instead of english.
- The command line format that I use most often is:
- movie-rip-epg.data -t auto < epg.data > movie.info
AUTHORThe author is Sven Berkvens-Matthijsse ([email protected]). Please send any project related e-mail to [email protected].
BUGSNone known. Please report any bugs to [email protected]!