Luemmel's DVD-Ripper Script - Python Development Discussion (Linux, Mac, and Windows)

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AuXBoX Offline
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Post: #106
is there an easy way to get all the dependencies needed for this?
I can't for the life of me get this going.

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Post: #107
AuXBoX Wrote:is there an easy way to get all the dependencies needed for this?
I can't for the life of me get this going.


The author of this script will integrate the dvd-ripper into one of the next releases.

http://forum.xbmc.org/showthread.php?tid=57764

With this script the installation is very easy ...

Regards
Hans
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Post: #108
Hallo Wink

genau das hab ich gesucht - exactly what i was looking for!

Is there still an addon working with 10.5 pre version of XBMC 30831 Build?
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Post: #109
My script is in change ....
Now I call it swiss-army-knife and it works as addon.
http://code.google.com/p/swiss-army-knife/

BTW:
We are in a international forum and therefore we should speak english :-) Even If you speak german as I do ....

Reminder : from my project-side ;_) :_) hehhe

According to general law the use (all functions) of this addon is may not allowed inside:
USA
UK
Germany
(This post was last modified: 2010-07-08 14:51 by linuxluemmel.)
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Lupin 3rd Offline
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Post: #110
Hy Guys,
is this project still alive?
I see here the download page and last release is dated Feb 2010 !

Is this addon still usable with last Frodo?

If not what is the best add on to rip blu ray in ISO format?
or best script to use Any DVD HD in backgroiund ...?
(This post was last modified: 2013-09-24 20:04 by Lupin 3rd.)
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(2013-09-24 20:03)Lupin 3rd Wrote:  Hy Guys,
is this project still alive?
I see here the download page and last release is dated Feb 2010 !

Is this addon still usable with last Frodo?

If not what is the best add on to rip blu ray in ISO format?
or best script to use Any DVD HD in backgroiund ...?

Try this.
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Lupin 3rd Offline
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Post: #112
Hi Spyder,
I already use the the script you linked but It only works with MakeMKV that do not generate ISO files.

I need a solution to rip my BDs into ISO format.

Hope there is some solution to do this work from XBMC interface. No problem to use Any DVD HD in background .
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I haven't used the version I linked(wasn't sure of limitations), but I used to use this with Eden. I suppose you could try this batch file and use Advanced Launcher to start it from XBMC. I'm not positive AL will run .bat files, if not I've used a .bat to .exe converter.
(This post was last modified: 2013-09-25 15:16 by spyder.)
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Post: #114
(2013-09-25 15:16)spyder Wrote:  I haven't used the version I linked(wasn't sure of limitations), but I used to use this with Eden. I suppose you could try this batch file and use Advanced Launcher to start it from XBMC. I'm not positive AL will run .bat files, if not I've used a .bat to .exe converter.
I confirm that Advanced Launcher support .bat files. It also automatically hide the corresponding cmd batch window.

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Lupin 3rd Offline
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Post: #115
Hi Spyder,
I've tested the simplest batch youi linked ... Rip2Fldr.bat
but it seems do not work.

I test it also in windows (without XBMC) and still do not work.
I've tested it with DVDs in the drive and also Bds ...nothing!

Have you tested it?
Some one can give some feedback?
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Post: #116
@Lupin - I haven't used the batch file, I did a search before suggesting the .bat file and figured since I found that I'd put the link. I'm no expert at creating batch files, I just search/copy/pasteTongue
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