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#1 nealloy

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 12:11 AM

At present i am using Any DVD Converter Professional. but the ripping quality is not that good. any other software anyone using here? please let me know.



#2 Elhuyar

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 12:25 AM

I use Handbrake for encoding. I've never used Any DVD.

 

Can you rip DRM protected disks with Any DVD in high quality and then encode with Handbrake?



#3 Villain

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Posted 30 January 2013 - 01:00 AM

MakeMKV.  Been using this for years now. However, id does 1:! filesize rips, so if the DVd is 4.5GB, the video will be that big, however, you can then use Handbrake to  shrink the file with minimal filesize loss.  So yeah, go form a 4.5GB video to 1GB video.

 

However, MakeMKV can be a bit "confusing" to use, as how it lists everything on the DVD/BluRay, but simple look for the estimated running time of the Video and look for a video of the same running time, then choose languages, etc... and rip.  It will seem a lot in the start, but it is not.

 

Been doing this for the past three years i believe now.

 

http://makemkv.com/

 

http://handbrake.fr/

 

OR if you need a totally GUI (but slower) setup, Freemake's video ripper.  File sizes are not that great with freemake though.



#4 Pacmanpth

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Posted 02 September 2013 - 10:17 AM

I used AppGeeker to decrypt, and Handbrake to transcode and compress...
 
 
 
Get's a DVD down to about a gig, but I'm not compressing very much - can get it way smaller, if you don't mind the quality loss...


#5 Halen Zhau

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Posted 22 October 2013 - 06:21 AM

i used blazevideo dvd copy to decrypt, clone and rip...



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