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Thread: OGMRIP rip/encode timing?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Nov 2007

    OGMRIP rip/encode timing?

    so I finally decided to do a media box using Ubuntu. I've hooked it up to my flat panel and am really enjoying it.

    I've started to do the backup of the dvd's that I own.
    Pulling an image off the dvd using Brasero works fairly well, but its such a big file that.

    I worked with handbrake and dvd::rip to pull try to get smaller encoded x264 file, but I've also had some good luck with OGMRIP.

    But man, is it slow.
    I'm trying to do a conversion for one dvd that I have.
    It shows the DVD as being 2 hours 40 minutes long.
    Its been working on this for about 3 days now, I think it will be done by tomorrow morning.

    Anyway, I'm just curious if other ubuntu users have experienced this as well, and how much processors affect the duration of the process.

    I'm currently using a Intel Pentium E5200 dual core processor.
    I was using a Pentium 4 on an old machine, and that was pretty intolerable.

    I guess this is less of an ubuntu question than a hardware question, but thought it might be interesting for other ubuntu users working on building
    their ubuntu media machines.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2010

    Re: OGMRIP rip/encode timing?

    I am new to ogmrip, and am puzzled by the extreme slowness as well. The System Monitor shows very low resource usage. Any enlightenment would be appreciated.

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