Tuxrip is a Linux bash script for ripping and encoding DVD titles in mpeg4 format (DivX, XviD, FFmpeg libavcodec). It features per title or full DVD ripping, audio extraction and encoding, support for multi-audio tracks, 2-pass video compression for a given file size and quality, compressibility testing for optimal quality and resolution determination, support for codec options, audio/video synchronization, CD burning, and automatic computer shutdown. It uses OggVorbis for encoding audio and either FFmpeg libavcodec or XviD as video codecs. It can use Ogg or Matroska containers and supports subtitles in vobsub format. Subtitles are muxed in matroska container and are automatically compressed.
|Tags||multimedia Video Conversion|
Release Notes: A new container is now supported: AVI + MP3 to support standalone hardware players. This release adds the ability to set the priority of the encoding process, syncing audio and video manually, and disabling the auto black bars detection. It fixes auto black bars detection and a display bug in --test-comp mode. The version of transperl has updated in order to support x264.
Release Notes: This release has a --debug mode to display all error messages coming from the used commands. Subtitles are muxed in matroska container and are automatically compressed (zlib). There is an --xvidtrans mode to interact with the transperl plugin. Display Aspect Ratio is checked (if any detection conflicts between Mplayer and tcprobe, a choice is given). Chaptering in the matroska container has been added. There are some bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version supports the high-performance Matroska container and subtitles in vobsub format. The resize algorithm can now be chosen by the user. New (and improved) deinterlacing was implemented and a Spanish version of the documentation was included.