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|0000439||eac3to||bug||public||2016-10-17 12:57||2016-10-17 12:57|
|Summary||0000439: Name output files based on blu-ray playlist number instead of m2ts number|
|Description||Currently, when eac3to demuxes a blu-ray playlist via e.g "eac3to 1) -demux" command, the files created are named after the first m2ts file in that playlist.|
So if the playlist begins with the 00000.m2ts file, the output file names will begin with 00000, e.g. "00000 - 2 - h264, 1080p24.h264".
If another playlist from the same blu-ray is also demuxed and that playlist also starts with the same m2ts file, 00000.m2ts, then the output files will have the same name and thus been overwritten.
I suggest change this behavior and base the output file name on the actual playlist number (00000.mpls --> 00000, 00001.mpls --> 00001, 00800.mpls --> 00800, etc), instead of the first m2ts file.
Doing so, it will be possible to demux all playlists in a blu-ray without any naming conflicts.
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