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jasper_22

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Hey All,

Do you people know any software which can rip DVD movies into computers? Actually I want to store it in my system, but normally DVD movies are large files and it takes huge space. So if you people know any DVD ripper software please let me know.

Thanks for your help in advance!

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HandBrake
MacTheRipper
GreatVideo

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Handbrake. It'll convert it straight off the DVD, saving you the extra step of ripping using MacTheRipper, and it has a load of profiles for all the popular MPEG-4 video devices out there. Going to a non-standard profile like constant quality or film will provide great movie compression at very little loss.

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The proper answer is Disco.

http://discoapp.com/

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The proper answer is Disco.

http://discoapp.com/


The right answer is always wrong when there is a really good free substitute like HandBrake.

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i use dvd2one,
great app for shrinking into an img for easy burning, makes a 8.5gb disk down to 3.9gb w/ good quality

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you can refer to this post:
http://forum.insanel...howtopic=101586

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Mactheripper to handbrake

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:D I wonder why and how people over here forget these gems: :D

a] Handbrake (they did mention... but about a year back)
b] MacTheRipper
c] VisualHub

I think these do the trick... flawlessly

Additionally, VisualHub uses the XGrid module of OS X... and there by uses multiple cores as well as multi-threading
for converting media files.

I have tried VisualHub and it really works awesome! -_-

It evens stitches together the input files... gives tons of options like:
from x frame to y frame.
from time to time
other adjustments like audio, video, interlacing... etc. tons of stuff.

i dunno how this great software wasn't spoken about, in this thread. :unsure:

I hope those trying, should give it a shot... :)

IMHO.

Thanks & Regards,

Freaky Chokra. :angel:

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Handbrake is good

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I generally zip them and keep it in the system.I will retrieve them when I watch the movies.




 







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