This is an update on my previous episode hpr3179 :: MakeMKV to back up media.
In the past month, MakeMKV.com has been updated to include Raspberry Pi support.
- MakeMKV on Linux post
- MakeMKV on ARM release
It was a very uneventful "It's here"
wget http://www.makemkv.com/download/makemkv-bin-1.16.1.tar.gz wget http://www.makemkv.com/download/makemkv-oss-1.16.1.tar.gz
Unpack both packages and starting from source package and do the following steps:
For makemkv-oss package:
./configure make sudo make install
For makemkv-bin package:
make sudo make install
Install ccextractor and necessary packages
sudo apt install libtesseract-dev autoconf sysconftool git clone https://github.com/CCExtractor/ccextractor.git cd ccextractor/linux/ ./build
nnn: command line file browser with vim-like keybindings
Script to rip TV episodes
#!/bin/bash #echo "Series?" series=Battlestar echo "Series: $series" echo "What Season is this?" read season echo "Season: $season" echo "Which disc # is this?" read disknum echo "This is disk #$disknum" echo "Starting with which episode?" read episode eject -x20 mkdir ""disc."$disknum" makemkvcon mkv --progress=-same --minlength=2100 disc:0 all ""disc."$disknum" cd ""disc."$disknum" #episode=1 episode=$episode for track in *.mkv do mv $track $series"_S"$season"_D"$disknum"_E"$episode.mkv episode=$((episode+1)) done cd ..
Script to convert multiple episodes
#!/bin/bash mkdir encoded for i in *.mkv do HandBrakeCLI --first-subtitle --subtitle-default=none -i $i -o "encoded"/"`basename -s .mkv $i`.mkv" done
Before and after the rename loop