Re: DVD ripping software
- From: David Bailey <Newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 09 Nov 2008 01:49:34 GMT
On Sat, 08 Nov 2008 18:55:26 +0100, houghi wrote:
An other thing I tried was dvd::rip which has also an enourmout amount
of options, but needs at least 3 times as much time. The advantage was
that it was possible to go to ogg. Open source is always nice. :-)
To set up a new rip takes here 2 minutes. Ripping takes about 1 to 2
hours in two passes.
I've done it so many times that I just click away a few times.
I have been looking, but can not find a way to do it in one go. That way
I can put in a DVD, run the process and put in the next when ready. That
way it can run when I go to sleep and when I go to work,
DVD::Rip has a window that shows you the commands it is going to run.
It's really a front end for transcode, so everything ends up being
command line stuff.
You could simply copy and paste those commands into a bash script and add
variables as required to make it run without the GUI.
david _AT_ bailey dot id dot au
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