ccextractor is a tool that analyzes video files (DVDs, Transport Streams, Tivo, Media Center, and others) and produces independent subtitle files (.srt and .sami) from the closed captions data. It is portable, small, and very fast. It also supports H.264.
|Tags||Video Conversion Capture multimedia closed captions subtitles MPEG H.264|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X POSIX Linux Windows|
Release Notes: This release adds UDP multicast support, bugfixes, and some minor features.
Release Notes: This release added the ability to auto-detect packets with CC data, several bugfixes, improved PAT/PMT output, and improved multi-program transport stream support. XDS support was extended with Content Advisory information and Copy Management information. Teletext code was updated. There were several other minor improvements.
Release Notes: Improved teletext support. Improvements in the GUI. WTV support (Windows only). Roll-up options to deal with 3 and 4 line roll-up captions. The ability to force PTS instead of GOP timing (needed for some live streams).
Release Notes: Teletext support has been added. Bugfixes. Work on CEA-708. Better Hauppauge format support.
Release Notes: MP4 support has been added. The Windows version was writing text files with double \r. Closed captions blocks with no data could cause a crash. -noru (to generate files without duplicate lines in roll-up) was broken, with complete lines being missing. bin format was not working as input.