Re: dvd ripping tools
On Friday 14 November 2003 08:02, csj wrote:
> On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 22:40:11 +0200,
> Micha Feigin wrote:
> > On Thu, 2003-11-13 at 17:23, Kevin Coyner wrote:
> > > I need to (legimately) rip a few 30 sec clips from some DVD's
> > > where I truly own the rights. The 30 sec clips will be used
> > > on our website where we advertise the DVD's for sale
> > > (bicycling workouts - spinervals.com for those interested).
> > >
> > > Could someone please suggest:
> > > 2. a tool for browsing and then editing the ripped portions
> > > into 30 sec clips
> > I think avidemux does this but I am not sure. I looked quite a
> > bit for good programs under linux to do this but couldn't find
> > any. Would be happy to hear of such.
> avidemux can do that. You can edit and save without reencoding
> (simple frame copy) or you can edit and reencode. With the first
> you don't lose any more quality, but you run a greater risk of
> producing a video that will be unplayable by players other than
> mplayer or will have serious audio/video sync problems.
Its certainly not what you are looking for but I just found out that there is
one professional quality video editting tool that will actually run on linux.
apple's shake claims to be able to do this, albeit at a 5000$ price tag.