We are pleased to announce that v2divx has been renamed to a more suitable name: v2v (stands for video-to-video). As this software is capable to convert from one video type to another using the swiss-army of the video conversions in POSIX systems: transcode!
From now on, all development will be done in http://v2v.sf.net, our new project on SourceForge.
This is the new home for the ongoing development of the V2divx script, originally vob2divx(4|5). The script works perfectly and it's ready to rock and roll. All you need is grab it from the CVS repository, or get the tarball and install transcode from your favorite online source.
As of now you can use V2divx in 3 general ways:
v2divx /path/to/vob 700 # creates a 700mb .avi file (divx)
v2divx /path/to/vob config # ask a series of questions on how to create the divx file
v2divx /path/to/vob rip # rips the VOB from the DVD (/dev/dvd) and puts them in the /path/to/vob directory... read more