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manual page for vcdxrip 0.7.24


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-o, --output-file=FILE

specify xml file for output (default: ’videocd.xml’)

-b, --bin-file[=FILE]

set image file as source (default: ’videocd.bin’)

-c, --cue-file[=FILE]

set "cue" CD-ROM disk image file as source

-N, --nrg-file[=FILE]

set Nero CD-ROM disk image image file as source


set "toc" CD-ROM disk image file as source

-C, --cdrom-device[=DEVICE]

set CDROM device as source


use 2336 byte sector mode for image file

-i, --input[=FILE]

set source and determine if "bin" image or device


ignore /EXT/PSD_X.VCD


Don’t include command name as a comment


only extract XML structure


don’t extract files


don’t extract sequences


don’t extract segment play items

-p, --progress

show progress

-t, --track=INT

rip only this track

-T, --notrack=INT

do not rip this track


use given charset encoding for filenames instead of UTF8

-v, --verbose

be verbose

-q, --quiet

show only critical messages


enable GUI mode

-V, --version

display version and copyright information and exit

Help options:
-?, --help

Show this help message


Display brief usage message


Copyright © 2000-2003 Herbert Valerio Riedel <hvr[:at:]gnu[:dot:]org>

2003 Rocky Bernstein <rocky[:at:]panix[:dot:]com>

This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

see also

The full documentation for vcdxrip is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and vcdxrip programs are properly installed at your site, the command

info vcdxrip

should give you access to the complete manual.


Written by Herbert Valerio Riedel and Rocky Bernstein.

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