Release Notes: A new progress bar brings speed enhancements/system load reduction. This release can "rip" from an ISO image on hard disk, or from a directory containing a VIDEO_TS directory. Users seem to need this for streaming DVD content to a PS3 via FUPPES. This seems to be buggy (it works 50/50). There is an -M option to rip the title with the longest playing time. Both methods, choosing the main title by longest playing time and most chapters, can be wrong; please try both if one fails. Other small corrections.
Release Notes: Small fixes were made, especially for *BSD. Messages were localized for en and de. The -x option was added to overwrite existing files.
Release Notes: A small fix so that vobcopy builds on GNU/kFreeBSD (Debian bug 465966).
Release Notes: This release fixes Debian bug #448319, which was retitled CVE-2007-5718. The Mac OS X (at least 10.5) version compiles again. Spaces in names should be handled better, and there are other small fixes.
Release Notes: A segfault in the log file writing routine was fixed. Small fixes and experimental "step over the bad part" code were added.
Release Notes: A small fix to the Makefile. This release will choose the right DVD device from fstab, and read only as many blocks as there are actually left. There is a partial fix for detection of full NFS files, and some other small fixes.
Release Notes: Some code was added to make -n and -m mutually exclusive. The size checking code with -m was fixed. When using -m, files that exist can now optionally be skipped. DVDs with files ending in ";?" should now work.
Release Notes: This release adds a small bugfix for general users regarding -b and -e, many bugfixes for FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, and Solaris, and MacOS X support (native, not only through fink).
Release Notes: In lots of previous releases (VOB) data was copied from the wrong position since the offset was fixed in the program whereas it is not fixed on the DVD. This major bug in the -m and -O function is now fixed. Hand-mounted DVD drives which are not listed in fstab are now found.
Release Notes: There was an "off-by-one" error which resulted in a corrupted mirror image.