|Nov 18, 2010, 04:19 PM||#1|
I'm looking to purchase my second MacBook, the new Air 11" 64gb...
I'm a big movie fan and I was wondering about ripping DVD's to the Air.
Compared to watching them off the SuperDrive, am I going to loose any quality? If so, is it significant?
That brings me on to my second question, DVD ripping software. Will I need it to do this? If yes, if anyone can recommend me any good software I would appreciate it. I'd have a look at the free downloadable software first but if there is anything real good that costs, I don't mind having a look at that either.
|Nov 18, 2010, 04:26 PM||#2|
I use Handbrake to rip DVDs. It's free and it allows you to control the quality of your rips, but there's a learning curve involved.
RipIt is an inexpensive commercial app I've seen recommended a lot, but I don't have any experience with it.
|Nov 18, 2010, 04:28 PM||#3|
Haven't you solved your problem just twenty minutes ago? (links to invalid thread now though)
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