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Second pass dvd rip... The set of commands was too long, so I had to separate them into two.

Terminal - Second pass dvd rip... The set of commands was too long, so I had to separate them into two.
mencoder dvd://<title> -dvd-device <device> -aid 128 -info srcform='ripped by mencoder' -oac mp3lame -lameopts abr:br=128 -ovc xvid -xvidencopts pass=2:bitrate=-700000 -ofps 30000/1001 -o '<outputfile.avi>'
2009-07-19 20:53:54
User: din7
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Second pass dvd rip... The set of commands was too long, so I had to separate them into two.

This set of commands will rip a dvd title using a 2 pass mencoder xvid encode. It will provide a great quality rip. It will rip as close to 700MB as possible. (note the bitrate of -700000)

Enjoy!

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How do i find out what to put in and ?

Comment by vinnie_ 374 weeks ago

well... let me try this again.

How do i find out what to put in

<title>

and

<device>

?

Comment by vinnie_ 374 weeks ago

You can use lsdvd to list the contents of the dvd, and device should be something along the lines of /dev/dvd, or /dev/cdrom, or even /dev/sr0.

Comment by din7 373 weeks and 6 days ago

also you can use -dvd-device /path/to/iso or alhocol mdf

Comment by bornbewild 348 weeks and 5 days ago

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