RipDVD is a very simple script which aims to allow end-users to convert DVDs into AVI files.
This software aims to replace all gui rippers (like Acidrip, DVD::RIP, etc...) They are very good rippers, and I used to use them regularely before I started
First, I've noticed that the gui interface was not really a good idea ... Why ? Because they consume resources (display progress bar etc ...) and slow down all the encoding process. And because having a gui interface is a very simple way
for the programmer to let the user deal with questions like bitrates, width and other annoying things that a simple user may not have quite well understood.
Then, I wanted to prove that ripping a dvd is not a very complicated problem, that can be solved by using the right programs at the right time, and a small idea of how it works.
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What's New in This Release:
- config.rdl: corrected check_dvd_dev() by adding "cd ~" at the beginning.
- Also removed the libdvdread output line in lsdvd.