kevinc at doink.com
Tue Jan 31 13:09:37 EST 2006
On 29 January 2006 at 12:44, The Other <sstubbs at shout.net> wrote:
> Kevin Cosgrove wrote:
> >I've got a DVD-A disc with residue on it, which won't wash off, and
> >which causes a lot of skipping. If this were a CD, I'd just use
> >cdparanoia to rip it, then burn a fresh copy. Does anyone know of
> >something like that for Linux? FWIW, I put the disc in my DVD+/-RW
> >drive (Lite-on, if it matters) and its type wasn't recognized.
> Take a look at Ripmake ... http://www.lallafa.de/bp/ripmake.html
Ripmake looks specifically geared to video CD/DVDs. But, maybe it
would work. No, I haven't tried it. FWIW, dvdbackup can make backup
copies of DVDs with two command lines. I just tried it over the
weekend. Wow, is it ever easy to use, unless one needs a GUI.
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