Re: how to manipulate amount of "pad" ???
Steven A. DuChene píše v čt 09. 12. 2004 v 15:34 -0500:
> I have a set of video files that form a DVD image.
> I.E. foe instance:
> Now collectively these files are 3.9Gb in size which should fit on
> a single ayer 4.7Gb DVD media just fine but when I try to burn
> it to disk using growisofs I get the following error:
> growisofs -v -Z /dev/scd1 -speed=4 -dvd-video videos/wdibc2/
> Executing 'mkisofs -v -dvd-video videos/wdibc2/ | builtin_dd of=/dev/scd1 obs=32k seek=0'
> mkisofs 2.01a17 (i686-suse-linux)
> Scanning videos/wdibc2/
> Scanning videos/wdibc2/VIDEO_TS
> Scanning videos/wdibc2/AUDIO_TS
> The pad was 1147114 for file VTS_01_1.VOB
Uuuha, that's a lot!
> Writing: Initial Padbock Start Block 0
> Done with: Initial Padbock Block(s) 16
> Writing: Primary Volume Descriptor Start Block 16
> Done with: Primary Volume Descriptor Block(s) 1
> Writing: End Volume Descriptor Start Block 17
> Done with: End Volume Descriptor Block(s) 1
> Writing: UDF volume recognition area Start Block 18
> Done with: UDF volume recognition area Block(s) 3
> Writing: Version block Start Block 21
> Done with: Version block Block(s) 1
> Writing: UDF pad to sector 32 Start Block 22
> Done with: UDF pad to sector 32 Block(s) 10
> Writing: UDF main seq Start Block 32
> :-( /dev/scd1: 2295104 blocks are free, 2908831 to be written
> :-( write failed: No space left on device
> Now I have tried creating an ISO but that ends up being 5.3Gb in size.
> I have done some research on the pad size and the *.IFO files
> but it seems to be a VERY complex subject that looks like it requires
> some additional tools (all Windows based probably) to manilpulate the
> pad size. Can anyone shed any light on this problem? Is there a way
> to fix this? Can it be done with any Linux based tools or am I stuck
> trying to somehow find the appropriate tools on a Windows box?
Quick and dirty: get wine, get IfoEdit, start IfoEdit, load any IFO,
click Get VTS Sectors button.
I'm not aware of any native tool with IfoEdit's feature set.
Pav Lucistnik <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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