Krip2clip 1r4

Krip2clip is a basic service menu for KDE and command-line tool to extract raw clips from a DVD, or an ISO image of a DVD.
Krip2clip is a basic service menu for KDE and command-line tool to extract raw clips from a DVD, or an ISO image of a DVD.

choose minimum duration of chapters to select (in order not to rip to small chapters !)
ask for a screen to select chapters
merge contiguous selected chapters
force encoding of audio tracks in AC3 in order to avoid noises in result video
choose from existing subtitles

Just follow the dialog to use the tool.

It can be called by right-click action menu under your Desktop, Konqueror and Dolphin.

Installation:

Please, unzip the file to your home location and see the INSTALL text for instructions about how to setup (in doc/[lang]/ folder)

This package can simply be installed from a console opened in the uncompressed folder location by typing "./setup.sh".

It needs Rexx-regina package and HandBrakeCLI command to be installed in addition to Kdialog and KDE standard packages.

The HandBrakeCli command can directly be installed within the setup process (third option).

Note : When interrupted "sadly", HandBrakeCLI command don't delete its temporary files. They are in the /tmp folder, called hb.##### where ##### is a number. So you can delete them anytime you need or want to.

This is a beta version, but fully functionnal, so feel free of reporting bugs or ask for improvement requests.

last updated on:
December 24th, 2008, 14:52 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Pierre Lagarde
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ KDE

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What's New in This Release:
  • Bug fixing on subtitles choice number matching titles
  • New Features : Choice for audio tracks + HQ video encoding
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