CD-DVD Tutorials - Herong's Tutorial Examples - Version 2.20, by Dr. Herong Yang
Downloading and Installing vStrip
This section provides a tutorial on how to download and install vStrip for DVD video file processing.
"vStrip" is one the most powerful DVD ripper and VOB file processing program. Here is what I did to download and install it:
1. Go to http://www.doom9.org/Soft21/Rippers/
2. Click the file vStrip_08f_css.zip to download it to C:\temp\vStrip_08f_css.zip.
3. Unzip the downloaded file to C:\local\vStrip directory.
4. Run the vStrip command to see the usage information:
C:\>\local\vStrip\vStrip C:\local\vStrip>vStrip vStrip - version 0.8f_css, by [maven] (email@example.com), CSS-code by R0TfL. Usage: vStrip [@]In [-Options] [[=]IDs] In denotes the input-file and has to be the first argument. If a '@' is prepended to the name, it is read as a streamlist (textfile). Options: -! defaults to strip everything, -2 creates a DVD2AVI 1.76 project-file, -b disables macrovision removal, -d enables demux mode (not producing a VOB anymore), -e disables VOB-assumptions (no 2048 byte sectors), enables demux, -g only keeps GOP-Headers of the Video-Stream(s), -l lists the CELL-Positions parsed from the IFO-file, -u tries to parse (and output) UDF-filesystem on In, -c splits the VOB by CELL-ID, -v splits the VOB by VOB-ID, -oL sets the output filename to L (add '+' in front to append), -iM sets the IFO-file filename to M, -jN sets default angle for IFO-Parsing to N (=1, 0 disables removal), -pO selects program-chain (PGC) O (from IFO-file) and enables IFO-Parsing, -$P splits output-file(s) after P megabytes (1024KB chunks), -aQ changes the aspect-ratio to Q, -fR changes the frame-rate to R, -sS seeks to LBA S (2048 byte sectors), -wT sets the end LBA to T (2048 byte sectors), -tU file IO: clib then ASPI (U=1), ASPI then clib (U=2), clib only (U=3), -kV sets the key to V (5 hex bytes, no spaces), -mW a key deduced from a padding-stream is worth W normal guesses (=2), -nX sets the number of times a key needs to repeat to X (=2), ...
The installation is done. You are ready to use "vStrip".
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