Autorip.sh is a no-questions-asked command-line DVD ripping tool. The aim is to create a high-quality backup of your DVD in a single file, including all subtitles and audio tracks, without having to configure anything.
|Tags||DVD Ripping MPlayer mencoder backup MKV|
|Operating Systems||Linux Unix|
|Implementation||Bash shell scripting|
Release Notes: A/V sync when ripping NTSC DVDs was fixed. New options allow for a "fast" run and the separate execution of each "stage" of ripping (audio, subtitles, video, etc.). The dependency on gpac (MP4Box) was removed. The code was refactored for better readability.
Release Notes: This is the first release. It can automatically detect audio tracks, subtitles, and the longest video track on a DVD and will package all or some of these into a single high-quality MKV file.