posted on Mar, 18 2012 @ 12:11 PM
reply to post by Manhater
Rule No 1. Make and model.
This will help others to help you.
The player itself will dump the files (photo, video, mp3) into separate folders on the player but that is transparent for the user.
DVD's can contain 1 or more audio tracks. Namely Stereo PCM, Stereo Dolby Digital and (Surround Sound) Dolby Digital 5.1. DTS 5.1 (a Dolby competitor)
is also sometimes present. The sound and video are interleaved, meaning all in the same file.
The only way to separate them is with a so-called ripper. The major pain (and the reason why I do not do it at all) is that the video format (size in
pixels) needs to be transcoded and is very CPU intensive. I tried it once on my ancient PC and it told me it would take more than an hour and a half.
Hope it helps.
edit on 18/3/12 by LightSpeedDriver because: Typo