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HowTo copy VCD in Ubuntu

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Some the biggest problem with Ubuntu that i find is copying a VCD ( the one copying whom is legal!!!), But not anymore here is a simple way to copy those VCDs into simple mpeg files u just need to install a program with apt-get and type a command and thats it. So first install vcdimager type
sudo apt-get install vcdimager
after it gets installed just type
vcdxrip
and you will find the avseq**.mpeg files in your home folder enjoy

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Written by Ankur

July 2, 2007 at 2:37 am

Posted in Linux, Special, Ubuntu

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  1. Hi,
    great post! It was a big problem for me.
    Thanks a lot…

    Mohsen

    March 3, 2009 at 1:03 am

  2. Does it work also with SuperVCD?

    Velenero

    November 8, 2009 at 4:13 am

  3. Hello frnds

    The simplest way:
    1. Install WINE. In terminal “sudo apt-get install wine”.
    2. Using WINE install Isobuster. In terminal navigate to the folder having Isobuster setup. Then type:
    “wine Isobuster.exe” and then press enter.
    3. Run Isobuster and insert VCD to be copied.
    4. navigate to MPEGV, right click on movie file (usually AVSEQ01.DAT) and select “extract mpeg frames only” (something saying like that only) and done you are copying the .DAT file FAST VERY FAST just like in windows.

    SEEMS LIKE LONG PROCESS, BUT IT’S AS SIMPLE AS IN WINDOWS

    Give it a try 🙂 happy tweaking…

    Mohit

    Mohit Sharma

    February 25, 2011 at 1:38 am


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