Some say dvd::rip is the most powerful application for ripping and
encoding DVDs to save space. I guess this depends on what you need
from your ripping application. dvd::rip is a GTK-based application
which offers a lot of features, supporting three containers (AVI,
Ogg and MPEG) and several popular video codecs, like DivX or XviD;
it can also extract DVD subtitles. dvd::rip allows you to select a
target size and the number of files you want the video to be split,
and it will also create an information file containing info like
resolution, video bitrate, audio and video codecs etc. By default,
dvd::rip saves created files under the ~/dvd-rip directory.
"2. K9Copy K9Copy is the only KDE-based application which I
could find (please share if you know some more), but it's good
enough and a KDE4 port is also available. I liked that K9Copy
handles subtitles, it allows you to select from a wide range of
audio and video codecs, and it can create a custom number of files
with a certain size (default is 700 MB x 1, but you can also create
two or more files from a DVD, each one fitting on a CD). Overall,
K9Copy is a powerful tool with pretty much everything you would ask
from a DVD ripper and an easy to use, wizard-driven interface."
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