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AcidRip

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AcidRip is a Gtk2::Perl application for ripping and encoding DVD's. It neatly wraps MPlayer and MEncoder, which I think is pretty handy, seeing as MPlayer is by far the best bit of video playing kit around for Linux. As well as creating a simple Graphical Interface for those scared of getting down and dirty with MEncoders command line interface, It also automates the process in a number of ways: * Parses DVD into contents tree * Finds longest title * Calculate video bitrate for given filesize * Finds black bands and crops them * Gives suggestions for improved performance
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