ramrip 2006-06-05

ramrip is a little script which wraps up mplayer / ffmpeg.
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ramrip is a little script which wraps up mplayer / ffmpeg. It downloads real video or real audio streams, and then encodes them. Video files are transcoded to mpeg format using ffmpeg. Audio-only streams can be encoded to ogg/vorbis, mp3 or wav formats.

Unlike ram2ogg, this script downloads uncompressed files first, then encodes them. Thus it is nicer to use ram2ogg for audio streams. This also means that you need A LOT of free disk space, since un-compressed video is HUGE!

There's no manual page right now. Run the program with the -h option to see the following help:

Usage: ramrip [options] [basename]

Options:

-h : this cruft
-v : print name and version
-V : verbose mode
-d : dirty mode (don't delete intermediate files)
-a : audio format (ogg [default], mp3, wav)
-f : video format (mpeg [default])

EXAMPLES:

$ ramrip -f mpeg http://foo.com/video.ram wiggle
Downloads the URL, putting the result in "wiggle.mpg" (mpeg format)

$ ramrip http://foo.com/audio.ram
Downloads the URL, putting the result in audio.ogg (ogg/vorbis format)

$ ramrip -a mp3 http://foo.com/audio.ram
Downloads the URL, putting the result in audio.mp3 (mp3 format)

$ ramrip -a wav http://foo.com/audio.ram
Downloads the URL, putting the result in audio.wav (wav format)

last updated on:
September 26th, 2006, 14:28 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Matthew Gates
homepage:
porpoisehead.net
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Multimedia \ Audio
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