[linux-audio-user] Capturing Video&Sound from DVD
b0ef at esben-stien.name
Tue Sep 6 08:49:53 EDT 2005
The Other <sstubbs at shout.net> writes:
> If so what packages will I need?
I have never owned a dvd and probably never will (I have a bunch of
cdroms' in the closet, though), but I've come across vobcp/vobcopy to
get the video data of a dvd.
I would imagine you'd find a solution with gstreamer.
The best would of course be that jack would handle video, but I guess
a dvd device can't be reliable enough for realtime use so you would
still have to first cp the data of the platter.
There is an option to use xvidcap, of course, then edit it with
mencoder (-ss/-endpos) or a video editor.
For this task, you're probably best off with rip'ing the dvd and
opening it in a video editor;).
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