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KEY FEATURES

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This is a short list of dvd::rip's major features:

  • Runs on Linux, FreeBSD, OpenBSD (and probably other Unices) and does not depend on anything produced in Redmond - pure Open Source!
  • Rip to harddisk, on the fly or from an existent DVD image
  • Select audio track(s), viewing angle(s), multitple titles
  • Rip as much audio tracks as you like into one AVI/OGG/SVCD file
  • Supports nearly all of transcode's video codecs, e.g: divx4, divx5, xvid, xvidcvs, ffmpeg, fame, opendivx and mpeg2enc
  • DivX/Xvid multipass encoding
  • (S)VCD modes, with multiple audio tracks for SVCD
  • Integrated video bitrate calculator based on target size resp. number of discs
  • Automatic splitting of the target files for best fit on the specified number of discs
  • Several deinterlace filter presets
  • Audio AC3 and PCM passthrough
  • Audio MP3 encoding
  • Audio volume maximizing and/or range compression
  • OGG/Vorbis support, quality and bitrate based, adjusting the optimal video bitrate after audio transcoding in quality mode
  • WAV file creation from a selected audio track
  • Subtitle rendering and vobsub creation
  • Support for all transcode video filters, with realtime configuration and video preview
  • Live video transcoding preview window
  • Chapter mode: one file per chapter
  • Use your favorite movie player for preview
  • Provide frame clipping, resizing and final clipping
  • Powerful auto adjusting of all clip & zoom parameters
  • Adjust clipping area using drag and drop
  • dvd::rip's zoom calculator let you adjust every possible parameter, if you like to do so
  • Two resize modes: fast and high quality resizing
  • Simple but easy to use CD burning facility
  • Last but not least a comprehensive cluster mode, which let you use all your Linux/Unix hardware for parallel encoding


 

$Id: features.cipp 1570 2004-10-10 14:39:53Z joern $

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