RIP DvDs to Server
jeremy.a.thompson+ubuntu at googlemail.com
Wed May 2 15:27:36 UTC 2007
On 5/1/07, Florin Andrei <florin at andrei.myip.org> wrote:
> James Tappin wrote:
> > Certainly xine and I think Apple's DVD player can play a DVD image from
> > disk (I don't know about Win XP), so cp -r or rsync may be all you
> > need.
> Good idea. But it's perhaps better to use something like vobcopy (I
> think it's apt-get'able) to create the initial DVD image, from the DVD
> to the hard-drive. Just mount the DVD, then it's as simple as:
> vobcopy -m -o .
> Then play it with xine (the syntax is critical):
> xine dvd:///path/to/dvd/image/
> Or copy just title #1:
> vobcopy -n 1 -o .
> So then any player capable of playing MPEG2 should recognize that.
> Florin Andrei
Thanks for all the replies!
This is to rip the movies my kids would destroy, so I don't need complete
DVD images./iso's. I would rather have something smaller. I'll still have
the discs if I want the extras. The only thing I can imagine I would still
want is 5.1 surround sound.
Thoggen looks pretty good. I'm sure there's even a plug for WMP10/11for ogg
However, Thoggen looks to be at 0.6, and the one available in the repos is
at .4 for Dapper. Is there a way to install it so that package manager can
do dependencies/keep track of it?
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