I have a pile of DVDs. Some are actual playable DVDs with titles and chapters, and some are just data discs, with a collection of .wmv or .avi files. I can use Handbrake to easily rip the actual DVDs, but what can I use to automate the ripping of these data discs?
According to the Handbrake docs, I can pass "-t 0" to tell it to scan all the titles, but if I do that with one of the data discs, it only rips the first file.
I'm guessing it'll be a multi-step process, where I have to loop through the files on the disc; but that's the problem I'm having, is detecting if it's a proper DVD movie or not, and if not, looping through the files.
My only requirements are that it has to be command line, and it has to work on a Linux-based OS (in my case, Ubuntu).