Originally Posted by A6Quattro
Is there a tool, command or utility in Fedora 3 or 4 that allows me to make an iso image of a DVD?
I figure there is a different one for DVD-Video.?. Possibly one with DeCSS? or are those all written for Windows (a program like DVD Decrypter)
I just want to have my DVD collection available to me on my HD. Much easier than takeing them all with me all the time. Thanks for any help anyone can provide!
I have a similar question, but I'll clarify my request since the previous posts don't address:
Is there a tool/program for Linux to create an ISO image file on my HD of DVD video, without any compression without any video reencoding, without removing menus, but also removing any copy protection?
I'm using my personal collection of commercial DVDs under what I consider fair use, to archive them to HDD but also to watch them from HDD.
I don't care how large the image is, I want same quality/compresstion as the original disc.
I don't want VIDIO_TS folder or a collection of vob files, I want ISO image.
I don't want copy protection. I want an accurate archive with menus, but I want to play my files from a HDD using a commercial player which will not work with copy protection.
I don't want to run DVDFab with wine. I want a native linux solution.
I've tried using K9copy, but I've found that the slider bar sometimes does not have 1:1 file size ratio like DVDFab does.
(new linux user)