tool to rip DVD's from the command line
dvdbackup will extract all (or optionally only selected) titles as found
on the dvd. It will structure the extracted files in a format suitable for
burning at a later time with genisoimage and dvdrecord. Has the advantage of
being very easy to use, small, and fast.
dvdbackup for Debian
This program does not itself burn dvd's - you'll need to use another program
such as dvdrecord for that. dvdbackup also does not yet support splitting
a dvd9 image into two dvd5 images, although the author is working on it. It
also does not create all the parts of a valid DVD file system if they are not
already present. Extracting only one title set,
To gather info about the DVD:
/dev/dvd is the default device tried - you need to use -i if your device
name is different.
General backup information:
If your backup directory is /my/dvd/backup/dir/ specified with the -o
flag, then dvdbackup will create a DVD-Video structure under
/my/dvd/backup/dir/TITLE_NAME/VIDEO_TS. If the -o flag is omitted, the
current directory is us
dvdbackup 0.4.2 (2012-06-24)
* Added new command line option -p, --progress: Print progress report
while copying from the DVD; thanks to flipflip for the patch.
* Added new translations from Launchpad: Danish (da),
English (United Kingdom) (en_GB), Estonian (et), Portuguese (pt),
Slovak (sk), Turkish (tr)
* New complete translation: English (United Kingdom) (en_GB
dvdbackup - Tool
dvdbackup (0.4.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release.
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