|Jan 4, 2013, 03:09 PM||#1|
Questions about MacX DVD Ripper Pro
I decided to get MacX DVD Ripper Pro.
I am ripping/moving stuff from disc to HD for my AppleTV3 library. Current display device is Sony 34" HDTV (KVSH510).
The first few discs I have been just putting them in and using the toAppleTV default. That would be 640x360 Wide-Screen mp4 Good Quality. There was also a 1280x720 Wide-Screen H264 High Quality. When I tried using that, the output looked slightly stretched and the quality wasnt as good as the 640 when I compared the same title side by side. That anime (Ghost in the Shell) was 4x3 original source.
Since those were mostly animated stuff (Heavy Metal, anime), I wasnt too particular. The output quality looked fine on AppleTV3 defaults.
Now I started ripping some 60/70s movies (Harry Palmer), and I had noticed that in a lot of cases, MDRPro was identifying then as 720x480 16x9.
I let Funeral in Berlin get encoded as 640x360 with the AppleTV default.
Now instead for Billion Dollar Brain I selected MP4, it defaults to a higher quality setting (using 1800 kps instead of 1500 bps). In addition, it keeps the video width at 720.
Billion Dollar Brain looks good and so does
Now, should I in general be using the MP4 setting instead, since it seems to be matching the resolution, and not reencoding for a different resolution?
|Jan 4, 2013, 05:21 PM||#3|
I might add though, that HB is not 100% for decryption. It is much easier, in the long run, to rip using MakeMKV (free) to decrypt to an mkv file and then HB to transcode to mp4 file. I know, it's an extra step, but it has decrypted everything I have ever thrown at it.
17" MBP '09, 2.66 GHz, 8GB RAM; 13" MBP (Retina) '12, 2.5GHz, 8GB RAM; iPad 2, 32GB; AE; TV 3; AEBS w 1TB Seagate HDD; 65" Mits DLP, Sony STR-DB1070 AVR
|Jan 4, 2013, 10:24 PM||#4|
Thanks for the responses.
I have Handbrake, MKV and MacX DVD Ripper Pro.
It just seemed so easy to pop it in and let MDRP rip and give me an MP4 in one step.
I have read (parts of the) automated DVD ripping and converting sticky in this category.
Yeah, I want the best quality in the rip overall, was just finding my way through these different products..
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