Qui connait un Ripper de DVD en ligne de commande

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  1. cedriclocqueneux

    cedriclocqueneux Guest

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    Salut !

    J'ai fait quelques recherches, mais difficile à trouver: il faudrait se trouver un programme en ligne de commande Dos qui permette de ripper un DVD, un peu comme DVD Decrypter, mais en ligne de commande: avec un petit batch, il serait facile d'ajouter dans "Mes Programmes" la possibilité de ripper automatiquement un DVD. Je trouve que ca manque cruellement à MP, pas vous ?


     
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    je ne sais pas si ça existe sous windows, linux oui, mais windows !!!!!
    evidemment ça serait bien.....
    je continue à rechercher ça .
     
  4. rvs

    rvs Guest

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    Je ne sais pas si j'ai bien compris la question, mais avec un programme de decryption a la volée comme DVD Decryteur (ou AnyDVD) une simple ligne du style :

    Code (Text):
    1. copy d:\VIDEO\*.* c:\rip\video
    devrait suffire !
     
  5. dvconversion

    dvconversion Guest

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    Moi j'utilise DVDFab Decrypter que je lance avec une ligne de commande .

    Je peux vous mettre mes reglages en ligne ...

    Run('C:\Program Files\DVDFab Decrypter\DVDFabDecrypter.exe /DEST "C:\RIP_DVD\" /START')


    Tuto DVDFAB


    Avec DVDDecrypter tu peux egalement faire de la ligne de commande mais c'est plus difficile .
    (You can get a basic version of this list via 'DVDDecrypter.exe /?')

    /MODE <IFO | FILE | ISOREAD | ISOWRITE>
    Used to tell the program which 'Mode' to open up in.

    /SRC <Drive Letter | SCSI Address> | "<File Name>"
    Used to select the source drive or filename.
    Drive Letter or SCSI Address applies to IFO, FILE and ISOREAD modes.
    File Name applies to ISOWRITE mode.
    Examples: /SRC J:
    /SRC 1:0:0
    /SRC "C:\DVDIMAGE.ISO"

    /DEST "<Folder | File Name>" | <Drive Letter | SCSI Address>
    Used to select the destination folder, filename or drive.
    Folder applies to IFO and File modes.
    File Name applies to ISOREAD mode.
    Drive Letter or SCSI Address applies to ISOWRITE mode.
    Examples: /DEST "C:\DVD 1\VIDEO_TS\"
    /DEST "C:\DVDIMAGE.ISO"
    /DEST J:
    /DEST 1:0:0

    etc...
     
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