[packman] [PM] lxdvdrip 1.71-0.pm.1 (openSUSE 11.1/x86_64) issue

Terje J. Hanssen nteknikk at monet.no
Tue Dec 30 21:00:38 CET 2008

Hello again,

I tried to 'lxdvdrip -st=copy' on a 9.5GB music-DVD-ROM to a 4.7GB
DVD+RW , but this didn't succeed.
While  'tmp' contained 28 .vob files of 5GB, the 'tmp-dvd' contained
only the first, single .VOB' file of 3.6MB.
I looked like the process was broken before the 'tmp-dvd' was finished?

The 'dvd+rw-format' and 'growisofs' did neither start atomatically for
one of two reasons I think: openSUSE 11.1 didn't have any
'/dev/dvdrecorder' or the BD/DVD/CD writer was busy (locked with an open
Nero Process). I manually changed this to '/dev/dvd' and got 'tmp-dvd'
written to the disk manually. See the attached terminal output dialog.

So to my Audio question:
Is it possible to use 'lxdvdrip to extract the audio tracks from a
music-DVD and create .wav or mp3 files for CD burning?
See also the similar feature for the related 'dvd::rip'

Terje J. Hanssen

Manfred Tremmel wrote:
> Am Samstag 27 Dezember 2008 schrieb Terje J. Hanssen:
>> Thank you for updating lxdvdrip, which installed ok and worked ok on
>> openSUSE 11.1 now.
> Nice to here this.
>> The only thing I noticed, is that the package 'vamps' has to be added
>> separaterly, while according to lxdvdrip's info document it should be
>> included(?)
> vamps is included. I can't name it vamps without getting conflicts with 
> the vamps package, so it is called vamps_lxdvdrip. I've taken care of 
> this in the default configuration:
> streamtool=vamps_lxdvdrip

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