I have a VCD with 22 minutes of video on it. I would like to retain this footage and throw away the VCD.
I can play the whole thing with VLC ("open disc -> vcd -> /dev/sr0 -> play"): all 22 minutes of the main track. I don't believe there's any other content aside from the main track. I can seek to anywhere I want to within the 22 minute track.
mount /dev/sr0 /media/vcd and then try to copy the only file from the MPEGAV folder, I get an I/O error, with an empty destination file.
VLC has a "convert" option in addition to "play". When I use this I actually get a good OGG file back, after it runs through the video in painful real-time. I guess it dubs it frame-by-frame. But the file is only 10 minutes long, leaving 12 minutes off of the track.
Handbrake doesn't detect it's track titles, unfortunately.
I don't know if I should start getting involved with GNU
ddrescue or if it's because VCDs somehow encode their data sectors differently. Anyway, I'm in way over my head and if anyone knows how I could get that video track off the thing, feel free to share!
Edit: I should note that I also have access to a Windows computer