tuxrip is a Linux bash script for ripping and encoding DVDs.
Version: 0.99 beta 6Tuxrip is a Linux bash script for ripping and encoding DVD in mpeg4 format (XviD, libavcodec). It uses a text based interface very easy to use and will work on most Linux distributions.
Operating System: Linux
The compressed video file can be viewed on all OS.
Here are some key features of "tuxrip":
· Automatic detection of the DVD name
· Ripping and decrypting the DVD on the hard drive
· Video encoding in mpeg4 format (libavcodec or XviD),
· Audio encoding in OggVorbis format
· Use of the ogg container format, allowing several audio streams and text subtitles
· Détection automatique et élimination des bandes noires,
· Automatic detection of the aspect ratio of the movie
· Calculates resolution for given filesize and image quality
· Optional quality reduction for encoding credits
· Encodes in any final file size (e.g. allows encoding on several CD)
· Optional compressibility check to determine the optimal quality on a sample of the movie
· Audio/Video mixing and synchronizing
· Automatic detection of NTSC/PAL DVD and deinterlacing
· Encoding can be interrupted at various steps and resume
· Automatically system shutdown after encoding
· Test mode : to encode only one chapter
· Burn mode : automatically writes the video file after encoding
· English and French interface
· Can encode a movie with several audio streams (--multiaudio mode),
· Can backup an entire DVD (--clone mode) and this backup can be used subsequently to do the encoding (--source mode),
· Automatic detection (or forced using --split) of fat16/32 partitions (splits movie into 1GB vob files).
What's New in This Release:
· a --debug mode to display all error messages coming from the used commands.
· checks transperl.pl is available when using mode --xvidtrans.