Software :: Open Source Dvd - Cd Copy Program - Burning On The Fly Program?
Dec 14, 2009
Is there anything like burning rom from nero or roxio cd/dvd copier. Do you know of any dvd copying program? like without making the image and then burning with just one process just copy the disc sorta program like roxio dvd copier? I wanted to make copies of movies I made a dvd of but aside from image burn which is a hassle to make the image first. is there something for burning on the fly or dvd/cd copying? infrarecorder and cdburnerxp do not work for me at all.
My sister works a lot with boating frame design, etc. and she needs a program that calculates all the measurements for you, but the program she wants only runs on Windows and costs $275. Here is the website to the program: http://www.clearwatercanvas.com/ and/or http://www.kingrichardco.com/FrameBenders/EZFrame.htm
Is there an open sourced alternative to this program that is free, or is there a simple way to make an open sourced alternative?
I'm trying to read in a movie from a DVD so I can edit the movie. Using K3b I cannot get the program to read the DVD.What am I doing wrong, and is there another open source program for editing movies?I am on Suse 10.3
I do a lot of 3D modeling in blender and I would like a program for creating textures for my models. I have used gimp, and it does the job, but it just does not quite fit for me. I do not need anything too fancy. The things that I am looking for in a program are mainly as follows:Layers Image rotation Paint Fill and brush (add on brushes would be nice) Support for png and tiff Levels, curves, hue and saturation.
In short I would like a free (open source is preferred) alternative to something like pixelmater. I can use a cloud based alternative but I really would rather use a stand alone program as I do not always have internet connection. Does such a program exist? What would you use?
The song book that we use at our church is rather pieced together, and I am looking for software that I can use to scan it all in, and set all the songs to the same font. The only thing I know of is Photoscore, but that is a little out of my budget. If you know of anything open source for Linux, that would be great.
I'm sick of screwing around trying to script a clean solution to burn multiple files and folders to CDs and DVDs with wodim, growisofs and genisoimage.I'm looking for a high level command line program that uses sensible defaults and takes arguments something like this:[program-name] [cd|dvd] /path/to/dir1/ /path/to/dir2/ /path/to/file ...It should then do all the low level copying and ISO generation transparently and just burn the damn disk!Does anyone have any suggestions? I've looked at several programs but it seems there are too many choices to trawl through and not enough information about them online.
I'm having sporadic issues with the openoffice.org program. Sometimes, power point presentations will crash the program and then I can't open any open office programs without rebooting the computer. The problem seems to be just with powerpoint files and I'm not sure what the issue could be.
I am wonder if somebody could take the time to teach me to install or compile a program from source.I have downloaded ZSNES from sourceforge but cannot figure out how to install it from the command prompt or using the package manager.
I downloaded this programs source and I'm having a hard time figuring out how to install it. I assume it is python source? I tried downloading the debian file but could not figure out how to install it aswell. I downloaded the software from [URL]
I installed nagios program from tar.gz file (from source basically). I didn't use dpkg or apt-get, I used 'configure','make install' and then 'make' scripts. How can I remove this progrma from debian system ?
I have downloaded the source code of bochs. and I use make install command to install it onto my box. But how could I uninstall it? I run the sudo apt-get remove bochs, but it said I didn't install the bochs...
I want to record a line-in source Using the Audacity program. but the wave trace in the app is not symmetrical about the zero axis. This is not what I would have expected and I wonder if it will show up as poor quality recordings when I transfer to my hifi.
I am new to Linux, and I just tried to compile a program (powertab tools) from source. I'm having som problems doing that. The "./configure" command works fine, but when I run "make", it gives an error:
Code: seppe@Thuis:~$ cd ptabtools-0.5.0 seppe@Thuis:~/ptabtools-0.5.0$ ./configure checking for gcc... gcc checking for C compiler default output file name... a.out checking whether the C compiler works... yes checking whether we are cross compiling... no
I downloaded the Fedora Live USB creator and the program consistently fails to load properly onto the flash drive. I have also downloaded the DVD iso program from this site and get only errors when trying to boot with an ISO burner? I am attempting to load the program on Sun Virtual Box, which is like VMare's Workstation, and the prompt consistently reads error when attempting to install. Also the progress bar on the Live USB loader never stops even after it the cmd prompt says it is complete.
Old habits die hard...I wanted to run a DOS program and the most expedient way was to copy it to a bootable floppy. Problem one, floppy isn't mounted by default. Ok, so I mounted it, then attempted the copy. The copy failed almost immediately with an error message. I rebooted into ubuntu, did the same thing, and it worked.
I had Ubuntu for awhile, now I installed Fedora12, I'm trying to follow directions to install a program from source code (tar.gz file) I have the February 2010 issue of Linux Format, and am trying to follow it step by step. I copied gnurobbo off their disk to my desk top, which copied it. Then I did the cd command, then I did the ls command and it didn't show me anything but a line saying desktop and a few other things like pictures movies etc. so I did cd gnurobbo-0.64 and it says no such file. I have been trying this for a few times and I think I'm going crazy.
I will have to code this. However I am lacking of time since I have too much to do. make a short code bash/dash to prompt the country with Zenity, then, get the PLS or m3u url and prompt with another zenity which radio to play. http://www.listenlive.eu/index.html