I have installed without any problems the latest deb posted there - the Jessie version - in a Kubuntu I was just taking a look at it now and will update the answer. K9Copy was an excellent tool, but the developer had stopped supporting it years ago.
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Have a favorite Linux DVD ripper software or ripping tip? Please do not use it. Comments Comments Disabled Comments for this application have been disabled because there are no maintainers.
Anyway, it looks quite promising. I pointed out libdvdcss2 earlier in the post itself. But I hate FBI threats, trailers, and menus too.
But if that is not a problem for you you do not need menus and subtitles you may use a simple command dvdbackup -F source for this here: The original developer ceased developing K9copy. The best one out there is k9copy but I've been having issues with it in My period with Windows stopped atI said goodbey and shall never come back! The 2 best tools I know of that work are dvd95 and k9copy.
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Is there a ISO/DVD shrink program that actually works?
January 20th, 4. This worked flawlessly when I used Windows. Perl for a graphical interface. The very linud is, without any doubt, dvd:: DVD9to5 dvd95 - I have tested it by making a backup of two video-dvds as iso files. K9copy-Reloaded is the continuation of K9copy by a new developer.
No support for subtitles is seems also mentioned hereone single video title and one single audio channel selectable it looks. Seems like Disney movies have some odd protection on some of them, because all the other software I tried either hang up, or simply just stops working when trying to rip them. DVD Shrink has worked perfectly for me in wine and I find it still excellent. On Twitter all are near, but i. Missed the "keeping the menu structure"-part.
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Thoggen is designed to be easy and straight-forward to use. Website where you can download DVDShrink. As I said, I've not used the software myself so I'm not sure what compression ratio the individual factors would use. What are your hardware specs?
Both K9Copy and dvd:: One can convert DVD video for playback on media players, streaming, and mobile phone. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Originally Posted by mapes In a such case the good part is that you have a better quality of the main video than in the case all the dvd image would have been there like DVDSrink can do.
Reading the documentation it seems that you have two options of shrinking, letting the program do it for you automatically, or manually selecting a shrink factor. Note that in order to play them on a multimedia device that can read ISO files like for instance the Linux-based ehrink from Popcorn Houra simple: