Fengtao, could you readd command line support

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#1

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BIGDUDE:

What I am trying to do is just call it to do full decyption and exit using
 /SRC "D:\VIDEO_TS\" /DEST "C:\DVDWORK\" /START /CLOSE
BigDude

FENGTAO:

bigdude, the command line support is not implemented in version 3.x, 
we will add it asap.

Any progress on this? I really want this support. Thanks.


#2

Me too! At least remove the command line switches from the readme until you can readd them to the decrypter - I spent about an hour trying to use an unsupported feature. If you [I]do[/I] happen to have a rough estimate of when this will be supported again, I’d love to hear it. But, I know you guys have lives too, so if you don’t know when it’s gonna happen, just say so.


#3

FENGTAO – 6 months ago you said the command line support would be added ASAP. See http://club.cdfreaks.com/showpost.php?p=1558566&postcount=8)

Are you still planning on adding this? What’s the timeline? This is one of the features that DVDDecrypter has that your tool doesn’t.


#4

Hi,

The command line support has already been added in the latest beta version.

http://club.cdfreaks.com/showthread.php?t=216884

Please try it to see the result.

Best Regards,
Fengtao


#5

Cool. I’ve installed the latest beta and sure enough it has command line support. However, I can’t figure out how to have it rip the whole movie to a single VOB similar to IFO mode in DVDDecrypter?

Thanks…


#6

There isn’t such feature for now, you can post it in “Feature Request” thread.


#7

#8

Awesome program.

Are there other command line options?

I’ve come across several DVDs that don’t have a title tag only “DVD_VIDEO” and am frustrated that I cannot change the folder name. As such, I’ve accidently overwritten a few movies. This can be solved via Command Line?

Can you specify the Compression ratio IE: 5 or 9. I personally only ever use 9.


#9

What are the benefits to using command line mode?

If there are, how do you use it?