|Welcome to the Drip Project Website|
| Drip is a DVD to DIVX conversion application. It's made up out two applications: a DVD reader and a DIVX encoder. The reader is
a GUI for the GNOME environment, the DIVX encoder a text mode tool. You wont have to learn to use the textmode tool, because the GUI also is a frontend for it.
Drip is not yet usable for NTSC (Region1) DVDs because those are prepared differently as PAL DVDs.|
| The Drip project page can be found at sourceforge|
| Drip is available as source code only, and it is GPL licenced.|
| This project has been initiated by Jarl van Katwijk. Please use the sourceforge forums for feedback.
(bugs, help, discuss)|
- Utilisation of avifile encoding, so much avifile codecs support, o.a. MSMPEG4, OpenDIVX and Xvid encoding support
- MP3 audio encoding, also dual channel.
- DVD reading, based on libraries libdvdread and libdvdcss
- Subpictures overlaying (not as seperate data)
- Automatic clipping, blurring and scaling of video stream
- Deinterlacing of PAL video (Not for interlaced NTSC material, but helps a little)
- DVDdb support and DVD header pasring for automatic DIVX naming
- Terminal only encoding ('dripencoder')
- Plugin filters for audio and video.
- Many other options and logic for ONE RUN divx creation
- NTSC deinterlacing.
- Complete PCM handling. PCM audio tends to go out of sync with current code. Need more testing material..
- Chapter handling. Drip offers Program Chain and angle selection, but not seperate chapters.