K9Copy is a small utility which allows the copy of DVD on Linux.
The DVD video stream is compressed by the program Vamps.
- Copy without menus :
In this case, dvdauthor is used to create a new DVD structure. It is possible to choose the order in which the video sequences are played.
- Copy with menus :
As dvdauthor does not make it possible to integrate the original menus, K9Copy reproduces the original structure of the DVD. The navigation packs as well as IFO files are modified to point on the compressed MPEG stream.
The creation of personalized menus has not been renewed in version 1.0.0.
- The video stream is compressed to make the DVD fit on 4.7 Gb recordable DVD
- DVD Burning
- Creation of ISO images
- Possibility of selecting the audio tracks and subtitles to be copied
- Title preview (video only)
- Possibility of preserving the original menus
Input Files: DVD, IFO/BUP
Output Files: DVD, IFO/BUP, ISO
Version 2.3.7 KDE
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- Release Date: Apr 27, 2011
- fixed crashes when using phonon for preview
compatibility with dvdauthor 0.7.0
- k9copy crashed when a DVD could not be opened. Now it displays an error message.
- plusieurs langues prÃ©fÃ©rÃ©es
- fixed preview with xine
- command line mode for k9copy (no X server connection needed)
- DVD authoring : menus boutons working again
- backlite : hal replaced with udisks for the devices detection
- German translation updated
- fixed NTSC dvd authoring
- fixed build issues with gcc 4.5.2.
- ability to select many prefered languages
- Improved compatibility with FreeBSD and Fedora