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  1. #1
    StevePPD Guest

    Question Rip DVD's Using Linux?

    I was thinking about installing Linux on the PS3 so I can rip DVDs on it. Is there a good easy to use software I can use to do this? Any suggestions or Tutorials would be appreciated!

  2. #2
    cnova Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by StevePPD View Post
    I was thinking about installing Linux on the PS3 so I can rip DVDs on it. Is there a good easy to use software I can use to do this? Any suggestions or Tutorials would be appreciated!
    Try,

    dvdrip or XDVDShrink for Linux. Boths are good solutions.

  3. #3
    Herogen Guest
    How about Handbrake? It also compiles on PPC and uses the more efficent H264-Standard. Unfortunately it doesn't use the SPE's, so encoding would be VERY slow. Also, it has a preset to encode the dvd playable in the xmb.

  4. #4
    PeiXePT Guest
    dvdrip or XDVDShrink can compile in PowerPC arch?

  5. #5
    Swizzxt21 Guest
    Can we rip Blu-Ray's or HD DVD's with the Xbox 360 HD -DVD player??

  6. #6
    zanin Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by StevePPD View Post
    I was thinking about installing Linux on the PS3 so I can rip DVDs on it. Is there a good easy to use software I can use to do this? Any suggestions or Tutorials would be appreciated!
    sometimes it is not that easy. for example, on a dvd 'fight club' by fox there is some strange protection (cp and dd give a lot of errors, while mplayer plays them ok on pc). it is near to impossible to rip this one on ps3 because hypervisor rejects some low-level commands of blu-ray drive

  7. #7
    Black Panther Guest
    Maybe it's possible to reencode it with mencoder from the command line.

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