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I have set of DVD disks. I'd like to rip them to .mkv files, but with all information - i.e. all subtitles, and all audio tracks.

Is there any tool on Linux that I could use to do it? I found some Gentoo howto about ripping, but it requires writing shell scripts, and I'd rather use something with clickable interface.

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As it says at http://superuser.com/questions/16742/rip-dvd-on-linux, Handbrake is probably the best if you don't want to mess with the command line. It handles mkv fine, and I know of no reason it wouldn't handle multiple audio and subtitle tracks.

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Testing it now. From first look, it looks like it can do what I need. – user7385 Mar 9 '10 at 10:43
    
Its nearly perfect. The one thing that it apparently can't do is convert bitmap subtitles to text ones - like for example ogmrip does. – user7385 Mar 9 '10 at 11:41
    
Yeah, it doesn't do OCR. Subtitleripper can do that, but it is CLI, and the GUI, KSubtitleripper, hasn't updated since 2005, so I don't know if it even works on a modern system – KellyClowers Mar 9 '10 at 23:08

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