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OGMRip is an application and a set of libraries for ripping and encoding DVD into AVI, OGM, MP4, or Matroska files using a wide variety of codecs. It relies on mplayer, mencoder, ogmtools, mkvtoolnix, mp4box, oggenc, lame, and faac to perform its tasks.

The GUI features a clean HIG-compliant GNOME 2 interface and tries to minimize as much as possible esoteric settings.

Features

* transcodes from DVD or files
* outputs OGM, AVI, MP4, or Matroska files
* supports a lot of codecs (Vorbis, MP3, PCM, AC3, DTS, AAC, XviD, LAVC, X264, Theora)
* calculates video bitrate for a given file size
* autodetects cropping parameters and scaling factors
* supports multiple audio and subtitles streams encoding
* extracts subtitles in SRT or VobSub format
* uses maximum quality codecs switches
* rips contiguous chapters
* supports external audio (PCM, MP3, AC3, DTS, AAC, Vorbis) and subtitles (MicroDVD, SubRip, SRT, Sami, VPlayer, RT, SSA, PJS, MPSub, AQT, JacoSub, VobSub) files
* provides customisable encoding profiles
* is extensible through plugins

Install OGMRip in Ubuntu

First download getdeb package from here .

Install this package by double clicking or run the following command from terminal

sudo dpkg -i getdeb-repository_0.1-1~getdeb1_all.deb

Or configure the repository manually:

Go to System-Administration-Software Sources, Third-Party Software tab, Add:

deb http://archive.getdeb.net/ubuntu karmic-getdeb apps

Add the repository GPG key, open a terminal window and type:

#wget -q -O- http://archive.getdeb.net/getdeb-archive.key | sudo apt-key add -

Click the "Install this now" button below the screenshot of the desired application.

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3 Comments to “OGMRip – Ripping and encoding DVDs into AVI/OGM files”

  1. Jackelope King says:

    I gave this a try, ripping a copy of a DVD to .avi format.

    It worked great until it hit about 70% complete, then just hung there for about an hour. I tried it a few times with this same result, being forced to cancel every time.

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  2. Brett says:

    Did you try a different DVD?

    Does anyone else have any experiences with this?

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  3. Evert says:

    Same problem here although mine stops at 97%. I left it for about 2hrs and then canceled it.

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