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single_file(s)_to_rip ] [-t name ] [-v [-v]] [-x] [-I] [-V] [-L logfile-path ] [-1 aux_output_dir1 ] [-2 aux_output_dir2 ] [-3 aux_output_dir3 ] [-4 vobcopy windows aux_output_dir4 ] Description vobcopy copies DVD .vob files to harddisk (thanks to libdvdread)

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and merges them into file(s) with the name extracted from the DVD. It checks for enough free space on the vobcopy mac destination drive and compares the copied size to the size on DVD (in case the size is wrong the files keep the .partial ending ). It should definitely work on linux and

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now on FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD, Solaris and MacOSX too! theCSSissue: Due to possible legal issues, vobcopy doesn't include any code to descramble CSS "enhanced" DVDs. CSS is sold by the DVD industry as a "copy protection", though it's more of a "view protection" as it makes DVDs unviewable with unlicensed players. Some people have hacked CSS decryption routines, and one of those is available as a vobcopy libdvdcss libdvdread counterpart. So if you have such a DVD, have a look at the libdvdread page. If you are positive that it's allowed where you live, you can just install the library and make decrypted backups of all your DVDs... vobcopy without any options will copy the title with the most chapters into files of 2GB size into the current working directory. Options -b, --begin SIZE[bkmg] begins to copy from the specified offset-size. Modifiers like b for 512-bytes, k for kilo-bytes, m for mega- and g for giga-bytes can be appended to the number. Example: vobcopy -b 500m will start to copy from 500MB onward till the end. -e, --end SIZE[bkmg] similar to -b, this options lets you specify some size to stop before the end. -f, --force force the output to the specified directory even if vobcopy thinks there is not enough free space -F, --fast fast_factor speed up the copying (experimental). fast_factor is in the range 1 to 64 -h, --help print the command line options available -i, --input-dir INPUT-DIR provide vobcopy with the path to the mounted dvd drive -l, --large-file write data into one file (needs large file support (LFS

to Milestone vobcopy (Ubuntu) Edit Fix Released Undecided Unassigned Edit You need to log in to change this bug's status.

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Affecting: vobcopy (Ubuntu) Filed here by: Andreas Kostyrka When: 2008-05-18 Confirmed: 2013-03-16 Started work: 2013-04-02 Completed: 2013-04-02 Target Distribution Baltix BOSS Juju Charms Collection Elbuntu Guadalinex Guadalinex Edu Kiwi Linux nUbuntu PLD Linux Tilix tuXlab Ubuntu Ubuntu Linaro Evaluation Build Ubuntu RTM Package (Find…) Project (Find…) Status Importance Fix Released Undecided Assigned to Nobody Me Comment https://linux.die.net/man/1/vobcopy on this change (optional) Email me about changes to this bug report Also affects project (?) Also affects distribution/package Nominate for series Bug Description Binary package hint: vobcopy When trying to backup a DVD, I'm getting the following error messages: write(2, "2047MB of 5022MB written (41 %)\r", 322047MB of 5022MB written (41 %)^M) = 32 read(3, https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/231750 "\0\0\1\272D\312w;m\255\1\211\303\370\0\0\1\340\7\354\221"..., 131072) = 131072 write(5, "\0\0\1\272D\312w;m\255\1\211\303\370\0\0\1\340\7\354\201"..., 131072) = 131072 read(3, "\0\0\1\272D\312|\211%W\1\211\303\370\0\0\1\340\7\354\201"..., 131072) = 131072 write(5, "\0\0\1\272D\312|\211%W\1\211\303\370\0\0\1\340\7\354\201"..., 131072) = 131072 write(2, "2048MB of 5022MB written (41 %)\r", 322048MB of 5022MB written (41 %)^M) = 32 read(3, "\0\0\1\272D\312}\362LU\1\211\303\370\0\0\1\340\7\354\201"..., 131072) = 131072 write(5, "\0\0\1\272D\312}\362LU\1\211\303\370\0\0\1\340\7\354\201"..., 131072) = 131072 read(3, 0xbfa535b9, 4294957056) = -1 EFAULT (Bad address) write(5, "", 4294965248) = -1 EFAULT (Bad address) write(2, "\n[Error] Write() error\n[Error] I"..., 163 [Error] Write() error [Error] It's possible that you try to write files [Error] greater than 2GB to filesystem which [Error] doesn't support it? (try without -l) ) = 163 write(2, "[Error] Error: Bad address\n", 27[Error] Error: Bad address ) = 27 exit_group(1) = ? Welll, it's the strace output. This happens no matter if the DVD is mounted as iso9660 or udf. The target filesystem is ext3 on LVM: /dev/mapper/andi--lap-root on / type ext3 (rw,relatime,errors=remount-ro) Andreas Add tags Tag help Andreas Kostyrka (andreas-kostyrka) wrote on 2008-05-18: #1 vobcopy.log Edit (3.5 MiB, text/html) Surajram Kumaravel (surajram) wrote on 2010-11-22: #2 Sa

Errata? Contact robos! Page counter: Hi! I'm Robos. Well, since you found this place you already understood my main intention for creating this site: Giving tips to linux programming newbies. This site will give you book reviews, http://vobcopy.org/ howtos, general hints and links. But since I'm a newbie myself when it comes to programming under linux I can't teach you. If you figured something out - tell me! Every hint you https://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic-t-575178-start-0.html give might get someone else over the crucial barrier that blocked him! You struggled really hard to get that certain info - share it with us, the next one will have it way vobcopy write easier... Now, take a look at the left to see where you can go! News vobcopy 1.2.0 Monday, Jun 8, 2009 A new progress bar brings speed enhancements/system load reduction - many thanks to Eric Kilfoil! Also vobcopy can now "rip" from an iso image on hdd or a directory containing a VIDEO_TS directory. People seem to need this for streaming dvd content to a ps3 vobcopy write error via fuppes. That part seem to be buggy though, works 50/50. Will look further into that. Added another option: -M to rip the title with the longest playing time. Both methods, choosing the main title by longest playing time and most chapters, can be wrong - please try both if one fails. I will implement a message indicating that the methods recommend different "main" titles shortly. Other small corrections are also in I think. vobcopy-1.2.0. vobcopy 1.1.2 Sunday, Oct 11, 2008 Small fixes, mostly for *bsd. Also, new option -x on the command line to overwrite existing files, "x" within the program. Added localization of messages in the program, for english and german for now. OSX users, please test if vobcopy actually copies stuff (run vobcopy -v ) because on my mac there were problems (no data was copied - I contrib ute that to my setup). Please report back! Thanks! vobcopy-1.1.2. vobcopy 1.1.1 Sunday, Mar 3, 2008 This release fixes the debian bug #465966, which deals with Gnu/kfreebsd. This release was prepared by Steve Birch, thanks for that! vobcopy-1.1.1. vobcopy 1.1.0 Sunday, Jan 13, 2008 This release fixes the debian bug #448319 which got

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