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Re: Program to edit video DVDs



El dom, 11-09-2005 a las 19:22 +0100, Paul Smith escribió:
> Dear All
> 
> I have got a video DVD disk, which I would like to copy without
> certain parts of its contents. Is there some software specific for
> accomplish that goal?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> 
> Paul
> 

See if this tool can fit your needs -starting man page for lxdvdrip:

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LXDVDRIP(1)
LXDVDRIP(1)



NAME
       lxdvdrip - a command line dvd backup tool


SYNOPSIS
       lxdvdrip [-parameter=value]


DESCRIPTION
       lxdvdrip  is able to rip a DVD title or chapters, reauthor the
files to
       a DVD structure, preview the files and burn to a DVD+/-R.

       lxdvdrip is for those who want to make dvd backups with the
minimum  of
       fuss.

OPTIONS
       A  summary  of  options is included below.  For a complete
description,
       see the README in /usr/share/doc/lxdvdrip.

 -h, --help
              Show summary of options.

       -v, --version
              Show version of program and list all other  helper
applications
              that are installed on your system.

       You  must  only  give those parameters with another value as
defined in .....
.......
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More, if you are looking for a DVD authoring tool in the GUI style, have
a look to these tools:

*DVDStyler

*Varsha

*Tovid

*Lives

Maybe some of them are what you are looking for...

IIRC... none of them you will find in the FC4 repositories (both
official and non-official), excepting dvdstyler that is available in
Livna. 
Depending on what group of repos you have set for yum, you should before
proceed accordingly.. because actually most tools you will be using in
the backend for that or similar media situations are things such as
mencoder, mjpegtools, transcode, ffmpeg, vcdimager, lame, dvdbackup,
streamdvd, theora, ogmtools, libdvdread, a52dec, xosd, matroska,
divx4linux, mpg321, normalize, xvidcore,  mplex, dvdauthor, etc, etc...
and sure I forget some of them..
So, IMO first you should install those, and then -if you like- some
GUI's and other deps. For example, dvdauthor will make a DVD Video
structure, you can get it from Livna as rpm or from its page at
sourceforge as a tarball, but you won't find it in the RPMFORGE group. 

Also, trying to do things by hand (CLI mode) with transcode, mencoder,
or some others would not be a bad idea either, despite the enormous
amount of options that can be set and can provide you a very fine
control over what you want to get as final result, because there are
mailing lists specifically intended to provide support for each one of
them, and they are very active; so, if the man pages, docs, FAQs,
examples and before-asked-questions there.. don't are enough, you can
still ask there first, IMHO I think it is a better, proper place, at
least it's what I'd do...

Regards,

Daniel



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