If you’re looking for a way to extract and manipulate information from MPEG files in Mac OS X, you might be interested in the latest announcement from MPEG Power Professional developer
Heuris. The company has released Xtractor X, a Mac OS X version of their MPEG extraction software.
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Xtractor X extracts audio and video from unencrypted DVDs. The software also demultiplexes and extracts elementary streams from MPEG 1 system streams, MPEG 2 program streams and MPEG 2 transport streams — including HDTV streams recorded with a DTV decoder card.
Xtractor X also extracts DVD VR formatted MPEG streams, as recorded using the DZMV100 DVD camera from Hitachi and Panasonic’s DMR-E20 DVD recorder. With Xtractor X, users can add new audio tracks to these encoded video streams or recover elementary streams from a finished DVD project.
The software features a drag and drop interface; you select an output folder, drag and drop the MPEG file onto Xtractor, and the streams are extracted and saved to the output directory.
Heuris sells Xtractor X for US$149.