Ripping DVDs on Linux
Feb 15, 2010, 04:02 (1 Talkback[s])
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"Ripping DVDs on Linux
I recently assembled a new computer to use strictly for playing
media files on my television/home theatre setup. Sporting just over
2.5 terabytes of storage I decided it was about time to back up my
DVD collection. There are a few different programs for ripping DVDs
on Linux. The following details my personal experience with four
different applications over the last week and a half.
Personally I found DVD::RIP's GUI counter intuitive to use and did
not care for the way it has you setup "projects" for each disc.
Beyond this it also does not support "queuing" of video files,
meaning if you are ripping a DVD that has multiple episodes on a
disc you need to baby sit the ripping process to start the next
episode after each one ends."
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