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UI Application for Encoding and Ripping DVDs in Linux - OGMRip

OGMRip rips and encodes DVD into very high quality AVI, OGM, MP4, or Matroska files. It supports a wide variety of video (XviD, Lavc, X264 and Ogg Theora) and audio (Ogg Vorbis, MP3, PCM, AC3, DTS and AAC) codecs and can extract SRT or VobSub subtitles. OGMRip tries as much as possible to automate most of the steps of the encoding: it computes the video bitrate for a given output file size, auto detects cropping and scaling parameters, ... It also allows to embed multiple audio and subtitle streams in a single file and to encode only a few chapters of a DVD title..

OGMRip 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

OGMRip Installation:
Open the terminal and type following command to install OGMRip under ubuntu:
sudo apt-get install ogmrip
After successful installation you can find OGMRip under Application > Sound & Video > OGMRip 

Select the appropriate DVD drive or ISO file from the dropdown menu, then click Load.
To configure OGMRip, refer to Edit > Preferences


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