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Are you sure you're not referring to the "live concert" DVDs?
I have seen these "Music Video" DVDs at Frys, and they are NOT "AudioDVDs".
They are concert / live performance VIDEO DVDs of musical groups!
well, i'm not sure. i never investigated them, just glanced at them as i passed. they were in/near the music section, and they looked different than the concert dvd's they have (of which i have investigated). i'll prolly look into them more when i go there next time, now that my curiosity is somewhat piqued.
Me too! I'll check it out on my next trip to Frys
It would be very interesting indeed if they did have Audio DVDs, Something I would actually LOVE to have in my car! (Audio DVD player).
Especially if we could get Audio DVD players that support straight .MP3 playback.
All of your MP3s on 1 disc (or a couple)?
We have a lot of audio dvd's at our local music store, so I dont know what u guys mean whn u say most people have never heard of them.
By the way, why do all these ripping programs have a zillion dependencies that are hard as shi* to fulfill. Also, suse needs to add more development libs to their distro (personal edition)..everything those rippers need is missing from it. It doesnt even install gcc by default. I ended up using dvdshrink only and making a dvd with K3B. K3B is the best burning program ever written after cdrecord and dvdrecord.
well, personal versions are, in my experience,, really aimed at ppl who only look to use their computer for e-mail and web surfing and typing up a paper for school/work. there's not much in the development/server area, 'cause these ppl don't need or want it.
do you have gcc yet? i imaginne there should be an rpm or two floating around somewhere... having no compiler kinda hinders your installation adventures..
i use mandrake 10.0 and 10.1 download editions (on my laptop and desktop, respectively), and i've had to download a lot of extra software...
here's a link for a gcc rpm for suse 9.1, if you don't have it yet.. http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3/stat....i586.rpm.html
It seems worth mentioning that if your intent is simply to copy a non dual-layer DVD, you can skip the hassle of disassembling, re-quantizing, and re-mastering a DVD, and simply rip/burn an image. For example:
The copy will then be an ACTUAL copy, with fully functional menus, and no additional compression artifacts.
Unfortunately, most DVDs now are dual-layer, and won't fit on a normal DVD-R, so this doesn't often work.
Originally posted by Wesociety Me too! I'll check it out on my next trip to Frys
It would be very interesting indeed if they did have Audio DVDs....
i went to fry's today, the one in san marcos (near san diego) and they have audio dvds (picture the dvd video logo, but with 'audio' instead of 'video' in the logo), sacd's, and hybrid cd/sacd's. i didn't pick any up, since they had all of 30 or so, and none intrested me.
Distribution: RH 6.2, Gen2, Knoppix,arch, bodhi, studio, suse, mint
Originally posted by Jatt_thugz Its gonna take me a lifetime to complete dependencies for lxdvdrip
it took me a little under 2 hours, but i had a bunch of the stuff on a couple of slackware 10 source cd's. like imagemagic and libxml2 among other things.
now the program is asking me questions in german. i think.