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Old 02-04-2005, 02:46 AM   #1
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Can't Extract VCD's


I am currently working on Fedora Core 1 and use gmplayer & xine to

play all my videos.

I can play VCD's with these players but i cannot copy the VCD's

Obviously i need some software/utility to rip the VCD's but i don't

know about any such thing or where i can find it

Do mplayer or xine have inbuilt functionality to extract VCD's

Please help.
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