|Feb 9, 2013, 01:03 AM||#1|
1-1 DvD Copy Software
My wife has a couple of exercise DVDs that she would like physical copies of...since they're extremely dependent on the menus, I need to create a 1-1 copy.
I'm relatively new to copy/ripping, so all I've been doing is using MKV and Handbrake to copy my Blu Rays to my Hard Disk.
Is there any inexpensive software that can get me the 1-1 rip? Or could I do a 1-1 copy with the software I already have? Sorry, hard finding information since ripping and copying are such interchangeable terms on most forums (at least in the context of newbie conversations).
|Feb 9, 2013, 01:27 AM||#2|
RipIt used to do this and was relatively inexpensive. They used to have a good trial period as well.
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