Ripping DVDs in Linux/ openSUSE
I am currently trying to rip some DVDs to watch on my laptop rather than dragging a whole bunch of DVDs around with me. I am currently doing this in Handbrake using H264 and audio passthrough, this works fine and plays back in windows and linux through VLC, however, it is very slow to rip and encode.
I realise what I can do is "batch" lots of encoding to be done overnight instead, but I only have one DVD drive. What I want to do is create some .iso files from my DVDs which I can then batch up to encode overnight. Anybody know the soloution to this? I've heard about AnyDVD for windows but I was hoping for something in Linux, preferably freeware. I've also seen DVD Decrypt but again its windows, and also not been updated for nearly ten years.