[mythtv-users] DVD rip preserving menus
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Wed Jul 13 03:07:44 EDT 2005
Yes, I did and as fas as I could determine, it sounded like a problem with decoding some discs. Ultimately, I ended up solving the problem using my Windows machine. It's a fudge, but it never has any problem ripping discs. I'm doing almost exactly what James Oltman is describing here http://mythtv.org/pipermail/mythtv-users/2005-July/095398.html except that I rip the whole disc with DVDShrink then use Nero to burn the iso to hard drive then ftp it to my myth box. The down side is that it's a bit more labour intensive and usually takes more than an hour to do, but so far it has worked every time.
> On 5/24/05, Jonathan Watmough <jonathan.watmough at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > > Feel free to call me an idiot, but if someone can provide a quick step
>> > > by step I would greatly appreciate it.
>> > > --Garry
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>> > From Andrew's instructions, I've done the following and it seems to
>> > 1. Insert DVD and run xine, let it start playing the DVD, then exit it.
>> > 2. dd if=/dev/dvd of=/video/movie.iso bs=2048 (replace path and filename
>> to suit)
>> > 3. xine dvd:///video/movie.iso
>> > Optionally, go into the File Types Settings in MythTV Video setup and
>> create a new filetype called iso with the command set to xine -pfhq dvd://%s
>> > --
>> > Derek
> I've tried to follow these steps, but xine gives an error when trying
> to play the .iso image. It says:
> - xine engine error -
> There is no demuxer plugin to handle
> Usually this means the file format was not recongized.
> Did anyone else encounter this issue? If so, what did you do to fix it?
> Xine 1.01
> Fedora Core 3
> libdvdcss installed
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