You can get Compiling CCExtractor here:
https://github.com/CCExtractor/ccextrac ... ILATION.MD
It has a Linux folder to make it and a package_creators folder to make a deb but I was not able to get it done. There is a GUI folder but it is for Windows and I don't know if it could be done for Linux.CCExtractor is a tool used to produce subtitles for TV recordings from almost anywhere in the world. We intend to keep up with all sources and formats.
Subtitles are important for many people. If you're learning a new language, subtitles are a great way to learn it from movies or TV shows. If you are hard of hearing, subtitles can help you better understand what's happening on the screen. We aim to make it easy to generate subtitles by using the command line tool or Windows GUI.
While I have made a CCExtractor file and it is usable, it is not system wide. It will not take a path or movie file that has any spaces. I have not figured out how to extract from a DVD yet, but it will do so from files made by Handbrake or other programs if there are closed captions or subtitles in it.
Any change at getting a deb made even if the GUI can not be done.