DVDs can be copied with or without menus
The application is capable of copying DVDs with or without menus. In case you want to copy a DVD-Video disc without menu, it will automatically use the dvdauthor program to create a new DVD structure. otherwise, K9Copy will reproduce the original structure of the DVD.
Users can choose the order in which the video sequences are played
Another interesting feature is the ability to allow user to choose the order in which the video sequences are played when copying a DVD-Video disc without menus. In addition, it allows you to create ISO images, preview titles, preserve the original menus or to select which audio and subtitle tracks to be copied.
It integrates into the KDE desktop environment
Being written in the C++ programming language and using the Qt GUI toolkit for the graphical user interface, K9copy has been designed from the ground up to be integrated into the KDE desktop environment.
Supports Linux and BSD platforms
This is a multi-platform program that supports both GNU/Linux and FreeBSD platforms, running on either 32-bit or 64-bit architectures. It is distributed as a source archive, but you can easily install it from the default software repositories of your OS.
It can be installed on other open source desktop environments
Besides KDE, the K9copy application can be installed on other open source desktop environments, such as GNOME, Xfce or LXDE/LXQt, but it will require a large number of KDE-specific packages to work properly. Be aware though, that the project has been marked as inactive at the moment.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on August 18th, 2014
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- Improved stability when ripping DVD-Video discs
- Fxed crash that occurred when trying to open a protected DVD-Video disc
- Fixed compatibility with FFmpeg
- New translations (UK)
Application descriptionK9Copy is an open source and multi-platform tool for ripping and encoding DVD-Video discs from the comfort of your Lin...