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lxdvdrip

lxdvdrip is a command line tool to make a copy from a video DVD. It automates the process of ripping, authoring, previewing, and burning the DVD. It uses tools like mplayer, transcode, vamps, dvdauthor, and growisofs. You can backup just the main feature without the menu or the whole DVD.

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  •  30 Oct 2011 10:54

    Release Notes: A bugfix in the mode "vamps_menu": DVD structure from the hard disk can be copied. wodim/genisoimage replaces cdrecord/mkisofs. A fix for building on Ubuntu 11.10. Mbuffer replaces buffer (lxdvdrip -st=trans_par). Support for dvdauthor 0.7: create the file ~./config/video_format with content PAL/NTSC. Support for dvdauthor 0.7: patches (against the error "SCR moves backwards"). A bugfix for vlc as a stream tool: use dvdsimple instead of dvd, or else vlc does not quit.

    •  11 Apr 2010 10:12

      Release Notes: Changes from the most recent version of DVD95 (1.5p3/1.6p0) were incorporated. Fixes were made for libdvdread4. vlc-calls was fixed. The "region-code=..." parameter was added in the configuration file. The "check=..." parameter was added in the configuration file. Fixes were made for dvdauthor 0.6.18.

      •  23 May 2009 14:00

        Release Notes: This release fixes bugs with dvdwizard and PAL/NTSC DVDs. requant_lxdvdrip can be called with command line parameters like tcrequant. There are bugfixes in dvdbackup and copy mode (Subpicture Tag). Changes from DVD95 1.5p1 are included.

        •  10 Feb 2009 01:13

          Release Notes: Support for vlc > 0.90. Requant 64-bit bugfixes. Menucopy Engine has been updated to dvd95 1.50p0.

          •  27 Jan 2009 23:00

            Release Notes: Support for transcode 1.10. A custom requant module instead of tcrequant.

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