|Subject:||Re: [gNewSense-users] kind of off-topic, but not completely: ripping DVDs with gNewSense?|
|Date:||Mon, 12 Feb 2007 14:09:36 -0500|
On 02/11/2007 11:17:47 PM, andrei raevsky wrote:
> I am looking for a way to rip commercial DVDs with a gNewSense
> Right now, I use VLC to watch DVDs (I have all the libraries needed
> to watch
> commercial/encrypted DVDs) and dvdbackup to back them up, but I would
> to find a way to take a commercial DVD and make it into an mpeg or
> avi file.
Thoggen (already suggested) is what I use to create something I keep on
the computer to watch.
As far as DVD....that is a mess....That is all I can say or else the
men-in-black will arrive at my door. I do make copies of my DVDs for
fair-use only and I only backup the main feature. I have a couple
little (bad) scripts and use those along with some manual futzing it
does just fine. As far as I know, all the tools I use are free
software. If they are not free then just ignore me and dont tell me
please. :) Look into the following packages/tools:
(not sure if these are available in gNewSense or not)
hope this helps a little...
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