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Well, when it comes to me, I only know and use K3b, as it is the only option available here for voting, which I have installed on my system. That's probably because it's attached to my Mandriva 2007 Anyway, K3b rocks! I like it much more than Nero or other CD/DVD-burning software. So my choice is clear - K3b 4 life
K3B is a beautiful thing. Does exactly what it's supposed to do. For me it blows the others away. Except for MythTv. When I first installed it, I just wanted to watch TV. Add in the dvr, and I was sold.
Where is (***insert name of your favorite app here***) !!!!
Sorry, had to do it again. I adore MythTV. I adore gtkpod. Where is DVD::RIP?? Jorn Reder would be bawling. I love that app so much it hurts. You can cluster your machines to transcode an 8gig dvd into a 2pass 1 gig xvid4 (awesome quality) in like, 25 mins. OMG.!
I feel like it's the epitome of dvd ripping-transcoding apps on ANY platform.