Best DVD Ripper?

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Dec 24, 2009

Best DVD Ripper? by xBlean at 2:35 AM (1,016 Views / 0 Likes) 10 replies

  1. xBlean
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    Well, I am in search and in need of a good DVD Ripper.

    Thanks =]
     
  2. prowler

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    Member geedub GBAtemp Fan

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    DVDdecrypter and AutoGK = DivX

    DVDdecrypter and DVD Shrink = DVD backup ( been a long long time since i done this though )
     
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    http://www.dvdfab.com/free.htm


    Edit: DVDdecrypter is good also. One problem is it can have difficulty with newer dvds that have newer protection, since it stopped being developed.
     
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    DVDDecrypter/DVDFab to rip movie (when I do it through DVDfab, I rebuild the ISO through IMGBURN, mount with alcohol, then rerip through DVDDecrypter) for the movie rip. I'm still looking for a good converter but Xilisoft is all right. Ripbot 264 is pretty good too.
     
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    Member Dialexio GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    I like how DVDFab lets you remove the stuff you don't need (like additional languages), but I switched to AnyDVD HD because it had Blu-ray decryption first, and gets quite frequent updates.
     
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    Alright. Thank you for your guys help. =D

    Now, anyone know of a good IP Changer/Hider/Cloaker PROGRAM?

    xD
     
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    I use Tor
     
  10. TrolleyDave

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    I've been using DVDFab for a while now. I like it cos it's nice, simple and quick. Come across a couple of problems though with a couple of discs. When I tried to rip ALF S1 and Sledge Hammer S2 to DivX it just causes DVDFab to lock up.

    I've tried running them through DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink first. Both of those rip them fine, but still the same problem when I try to convert them to Xvid. I thought maybe it was protection, but DVD Decrypter doesn't find anything on them except the usual Macrovision stuff.

    Just tried ripping Hero (the Jet Li film) earlier and it's the strangest one of the lot. I can rip it and play it using both DVD Shrink and DVD Decrypter, but when I try to use DVDFab it just gives me 1 title to rip which is the opening Dolby Digital clip! It just doesn't see any of the other titles/chapters. The disc itself is the oriignal region free GDFace Mainland China extended edition.

    Anyone got any ideas what could be causing the problems, or can recommend another ripper to try? I don't want anything over-complicated and don't need anything with loads of filters. Just something that'll let me pick the titles I want to rip and then hit a button to rip them.
     
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