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Old 08-29-2004, 09:52 PM   #1
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Hi... i was wondering if any program like autogk exists for linux... I need a program that can compress a dvd movie to xvid or divx in only few steps..... As easy as the autogk one... I think that it would be much better if it can run and from command mode....
Do u have something in mind?
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Yes, VideoDVD:Rip comes to mind. There are alot of others that I can't recall. They all work via command line, and a few specialize in command line ripping. The before-mentioned one can rip to any format you wish. SVCD/VCD/avi/DivX/xVid/etc.
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Lightbulb site?

Do u have a web site in mind?


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