|Jan 31, 2010, 11:38 AM||#1|
Using VLC to rip DVDs
I have recently downloaded VLC to rip DVDs onto my mac so that I can put them into my video library for easy use. I am aware of the numerous threads on this site but cant seem to find a solution to my problem:
I am following the instructions offered on this site but cant get past the opening menu screen that you always get on DVDs [scene selection, extras etc etc]. The instructions suggest that I need to select the 2nd or 3rd title to rectify this, try playing it as a test before ripping away. However, it doesn't seem to matter which title or chapter I select on the VLC options I only ever manage to rip the top menu???
|Jan 31, 2010, 02:42 PM||#3|
Did you try using the No DVD Menus option in the convert window?
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