dvd2one with wine??
hal-9000- at t-online.de
Wed Jan 29 13:25:06 CST 2003
On Wed, 29 Jan 2003 19:07:16 +0000
Andrew Hughes <hughes2002 at btinternet.com> wrote:
> On Wed, 29 Jan 2003 19:18:12 +0100
> hal-9000- at t-online.de (Thorsten Kolb) wrote:
> > hi,
> > has anybody got running it?-- www.dvd2one.com -- this tool is the best for dvd copying under windows, its only 95kb large, so please try it and let me no if you got it working! I want to use this tool under linux!
> > thanks in advance thorsten
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> Trying to run this under Wine just throws an exception for me straight away. I'm not sure how well such a program would
> work under Wine, as it will need direct access to the burner if it plans to write a DVD. What exactly is the functionality
> you need? I know there are quite a few Linux programs that will read and write DVD movies. dvdrtools will manage burning DVDs.
> Andrew :-)
the programm cannot write to the burner, it is only for transcoding the vobs of a dvd to a lower bitrate, so they could fit on a dvd-r/+r!
The programm does not know css decryption, so you must rip the dvd with transcode or dvdbackup! after transcoding the vobs with dvd2one you can burn them with your dvdrecord tool under linux!
What this tool makes it for me interesting, is the great performance!
while the average speed of transcode is about 5-7fps when transcoding a dvd to lower bitrate, its under dvd2one approximately 75fps!
Also you could select undertitles und more languages, this isnt possible with linux tools yet!
for me the performance is the first aspect!
I dont have much experiences with wine so please help me.
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