Orbmiser wrote:I always found problems with different programs in linux for ripping dvd movie discs.
If it wasn't one thing it was another and was always annoyed with the immaturity of them.
Some are still using engines under the hood which are no longer being developed and are years old.
Really Sad state for Video authoring of CD/DVD's in linux.
I still use DVDShrink thru wine. Works still and fulfills 95% of my needs.
Otherwise I boot up to my windows side and use DVDfab or other.
Yep windows is still needed for occasional use by me. As between that lacking and games and for me Lightroom use.
Sometimes Windows is still needed for specific issues that are not solvable very well in linux.
Orbmiser wrote:DVDshrink is free and available and runs in wine tho I just boot to my windows side most of the time to use.
DVDfab 9 is not and like $30? maybe cheaper now than when I got it years back for $20.
Dvdshrink is much loved and used in the windows world and works for about 95% of my movie dvd's.
But an occassional newer movie due to Drm needs something like Dvdfab to make a copy.
Midnighter wrote:Try DVDDecrypter under WINE. Works a treat for me, as I've ripped my entire collection, and then encoded the results with Handbrake, keeping the end-results on my home-server.
Orbmiser wrote:Midnighter wrote:Try DVDDecrypter under WINE. Works a treat for me, as I've ripped my entire collection, and then encoded the results with Handbrake, keeping the end-results on my home-server.
Yep DvdDecrypter is a good program. But doesn't do compression or editing dvd. Dvd shrink does the compression,De-select language streams I don't need making for less compression of movie. Or can re-author and just rip movie only without the DVD menu structure.
So using Decrypter then handbrake seems like a lot more work to me.
But whatever works for you great.
violinwarlord wrote:Which one is the best? It needs to be able to bypass the protection that most commercial DVD's have.
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