Drip is a DVD to divx conversion tool. The application is GNOME based, but the encoding part of it is available as a textmode tool. Using the GUI just makes it all easier, and adds some logic, like automatic filenaming and subpicture detection. Drip does the whole job in 1 go; no user interaction is needed during runtime.
|Tags||multimedia Video Conversion Graphics|
Release Notes: Better multithreading, fixes in the sub-picture code, and some new features.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few compilation issues and includes other cleanups.
Release Notes: This release is considered the first fully-featured version of Drip. All the known bugs and limitations have been fixed. Among them is NTSC support, PPC compilation, and some bundled filters. All users of previous versions should upgrade to this one.
Release Notes: NTSC DVDs are now encoded in sync. Compilation is possible on PPC Llinux with gcc, and the program now allows you to select which codec to use for encoding. Many other bugfixes and feature enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release as about 250% faster than version 0.8.0. A few new features have been added. This version should work for most PAL DVDs and is considered to be the first stable, non-beta release.