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DVD Rip-O-Matic

   0.95  

KDE Video Application

Score 82%
DVD Rip-O-Matic
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Link:  Link
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  18168
Submitted:  Mar 4 2005
Updated:  Oct 7 2006

Description:

This wizard will help you create high quality backups of DVD movies to XviD format.

It is supposed to be the opposite of the famous DVD:Rip tool: Easy to use, a minimal amount of adjustable settings and automatic detection of the optimal values of almost all adjustable settings. It should produce very high quality rips, even if you have no idea what the settings mean and just use it in the next-next-next-finish way.

The wizard supports title and language selection, AC3 stream copy or MP3 audio, single or two-pass encoding and automatic splitting at scene boundaries.

DVD Rip-O-Matic can also generate executable ripping scripts. This allows you to run it as a background process, end your KDE session and go to bed.

It has not been tested very well yet, so please tell me if it works for you.

Requirements:

* Kommander 1.0 ( Part of KDEWebDev package, version 3.3.x )

* Recent Transcode

* Recent MPlayer version with support for DVD reading, DVD decryption, LAME MP3 encoding and XviD encoding. MPlayer version 1.0rc5 and newer versions are known to work perfectly.

This release features a custom target size for the generated AVI file. This is very useful when you want to rip multiple titles and make them fit on a single CD or DVD.

Special thanks goes to Tijmen Collignon for having me borrow some of his messy NTSC disks.




Changelog:

VERSION 0.9 (March 4th 2005)

* Initial release

VERSION 0.91 (March 7th 2005)

* Updated some untranslated strings
* Updated installer to work when KDEDIR not set

VERSION 0.92

* Check if MPlayer supports XviD on startup
* Attempt to rip NTSC movies properly

VERSION 0.93

* Fixed installer to detect KDE path

VERSION 0.94 ( November 13th 2005 )

* Possibility to specify custom target file size
* Check for availability of MEncoder, Konsole and KDialog
* Some UI logic improvements

VERSION 0.95 ( October 7th 2006 )

* Add support for copying subtitles
* Fix detection of DTS Soundtracks
* Fix DVD movies with both DolbyDigital and DTS
* Minor layout/graphics updates




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 xvid not supported?

 
 by mizban on: Oct 6 2005
 
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When starting, I get the error:

Your version of MPlayer does not support XviD.
Please verify if you have XviD libraries installed and if your distribution enabled XviD support in MPlayer.

But my mplayer (version 1pre07) supports xvid, it plays xid-DVDs.

What can I do for getting the program working?

thanks
michael


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 Re: xvid not support

 
 by awakatanka on: Oct 27 2005
 
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Probably you need to install mencoder to. I had the same problem. And forget to install mencoder.


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 Re: Re: xvid not sup

 
 by Thomasso on: Jan 25 2006
 
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Yes, it works for FC3! Yes, this one stumped me for a while too. I had unpacked 4 diffrent Mplayer RPMs before I saw that there were two different players---Mplayer and Movie Player (Xvid), which I had from before. Once I got the right mencoder for the right player, it worked like a charm! The only other major issue I had was finding all the correct libraries. Kommander Editor was what I initialy used for building the Rip-O-Matic and used RPMs for everything else on Fadora Core 3. Great job and a very nice program!


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 xiph formats?

 
 by soulrebel on: Nov 14 2005
 
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are you planning on adding other file formats and codecs? i think it is great that you chose xvid as video codec, but mp3, ac3 and the avi container format are all proprietry.
it would be really great if you added the whole xiph-codec-combinations, the old one being:
xvid-video + ogg-vorbis-audio + ogg media container format
and - even better - the new one:
theora-video + ogg-vorbis-audio + ogg media container format

offering these would bring better compression/quality in audio and video and would remove dependency on win32codecs!

anyway, THANKS a lot for your work


# cd /usa/whitehouse
# rm -rf *

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 Re: xiph formats?

 
 by meneerdik on: Nov 15 2005
 
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Yes, I might add OGM support some day.

Currently, this is more difficult to do, because mplayer/mencoder does not have native support for the OGM container format. Patches are always welcome though! :) Also, virtually any player, even hardware DVD players, can play XviD, while many players do not play OGM.


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 Re: Re: xiph formats?

 
 by soulrebel on: Dec 2 2005
 
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i have a solution to this: why not use another encoder? i mean there are so many mencoder and transcode frontends nowadays, although mencoder is very limited.
on the other hand there are no frontends to newer and better encoders like vlc(videolan) or gstreamer. these two encoders support much more video and audio codecs and developement is more active, please consider this!
i would love to see a good kde encoder that suppport the new ogg formats like theora.
thanks alot

p.s.: i am asking the other kde*video*encoder*software developers this too and i would offer help in form of testing and packaging(on/for *bsds and some smaller distros) and bug-reporting


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# rm -rf *

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 Re: Re: Re: xiph formats?

 
 by meneerdik on: Jan 29 2006
 
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The problem is that there is very little information about how to rip DVD content using gstreamer, and how to use gstreamer to detect all kinds of information about the DVD, like the available audio languages, chapters, and so on.

If someone can show me a tutorial about this subject, I'm interested.


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 can't install

 
 by MasterD on: Nov 19 2005
 
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If I write ./Installer.kmdr in the konsole th installer shows me this:

./Installer.kmdr: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `borrow-left'
./Installer.kmdr: line 1: `borrow-left!DOCTYPE UI>'

(borrow-left means there have to stand this little borrow, the opposit of this one: >

how can I deactivate html?)

I have SUSE 10 and 64 Bit, could you help me?


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 Re: can't install

 
 by meneerdik on: Nov 20 2005
 
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It's not a shell script but a Kommander script. As you can read in the README file, you need to run it using Kommander.


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 divx and uninstall

 
 by liquidat on: Nov 19 2005
 
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Two questions:
1) My mplayer (suse, packman) is compiled without divx because it's already inside:
"disabled xvid and divx4linux usage. libavcodec can do that."
Can you change the checking part of your program?

2) If you bring out a new version, how can I deinstall the old on?

liquidat


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 Re: divx and uninstall

 
 by meneerdik on: Nov 20 2005
 
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Using libavcodec would require DVD Rip-O-Matic to use different commands for encoding. I chose to use XviD directly rather than via libavcodec.

Future versions of DVD Rip-O-Matic will probably add support for mplayer versions that only have libavcodec support.

Regarding uninstalling: Any new version will automatically replace the old one, uninstalling is not needed.


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 XviD libraries not f

 
 by jehojakim on: Nov 27 2005
 
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On 10/6/2005, mizban wrote:

Your version of MPlayer does not support XviD.
Please verify if you have XviD libraries installed and if your distribution enabled XviD support in MPlayer.

But my mplayer (version 1pre07) supports xvid, it plays xid-DVDs.

What can I do for getting the program working?


awakatanka suggested to also install mencoder.

Alas, I have the same Mplayer version mizban has, I do have mencoder installed, and still I get this error...

Any clues? Thanks in advance!


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 Re: XviD libraries not f

 
 by meneerdik on: Nov 30 2005
 
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The fact that your MPlayer can play XviD files does not mean that it also supports XviD encoding.

Apparently, XviD encoding has been disabled in your version.


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 Other DVD path

 
 by stkaplan on: Mar 1 2006
 
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Is there a way to make it scan a directory other than /dev/dvd?


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