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how to rip just the episode from dvd?
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I just switched from windows to ubuntu, on windows I used clonedvd to rip each episode out as an ISO, is there a comparable program on linux?
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Not sure if this is what you need, it wont generate an iso, just a vob, but that works fine.

First use "lsdvd" to look into the chapters of the DVD.

Then: mplayer dvd://$track -dvd-device "$source" -dumpstream -dumpfile work.vob

where:
$track=number of track to rip
$source=can be an iso of a DVD or can be "/dev/dvd" for your dvd player
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franciscohs Wrote:Not sure if this is what you need, it wont generate an iso, just a vob, but that works fine.

First use "lsdvd" to look into the chapters of the DVD.

Then: mplayer dvd://$track -dvd-device "$source" -dumpstream -dumpfile work.vob

where:
$track=number of track to rip
$source=can be an iso of a DVD or can be "/dev/dvd" for your dvd player

thanks! use same routine to rip just the movie title?

Is there a program that can rip each episode as an ISO?
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jmadonald Wrote:thanks! use same routine to rip just the movie title?

Is there a program that can rip each episode as an ISO?

yes, you can rip the movie title in the same way.

Not sure about the ISO, if what you mean is to create a DVD compatible ISO that plays the main movie and that's all, you should be able to do it with dvdauthor and the vob file just ripped. I didn't try it, but should work.

dvdauthor -o work -x dvd.xml

where work is an empty folder where the DVD structure will go and dvd.xml is a simple xml file:

Code:
<dvdauthor>
    <vmgm />
    <titleset>
        <titles>
            <pgc>
                <vob file="chapterx.vob" />
            </pgc>
        </titles>
    </titleset>
</dvdauthor>

then:

mkisofs -dvd-video -o dvdimage.iso work/


Too much work if you ask me, but should work. Maybe there is a frontend for this, I'm not sure about that. This should be scriptable very easily.
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If you use KDE (or even don;t) you might try k9copy. It describes itself as a dvdshrink clone but does much more (it hasn't stop developing.)
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JackieBrown Wrote:If you use KDE (or even don;t) you might try k9copy. It describes itself as a dvdshrink clone but does much more (it hasn't stop developing.)


thanks, JB! K9copy is exactly what I am looking for. Easy to use as well.

Are there any programs similar to Media Companion that I can use to create my NFo files and manage all my movies and tvshow?
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