Just thought some of you might like to know that I've finally updated the Automating DVD and Blu-Ray (Backup, Encoding and Tagging) tutorial which shows you how to automate DVD and BD encoding through Automator actions and Services. Enjoy! http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=805573 ANNOUNCEMENT: BATCH RIP ACTIONS UPDATED Sorry everyone, I've busy with other projects. I've been updating things for my own use over the past year, but haven't had a chance to post any updates better late than never?! Update 2010-11-23 Release Notes Batch Rip Actions for Automator 1.0.5 Everything Mkvtoolnix is no longer included in the package. You'll need to install Mkvtoolnix.app to your Applications folder. You can download version 4.4.0 from: http://jonthn.free.fr/MKVtoolnix/ Batch Rip.action - UPDATED Provides general fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and functionality of Batch Rip in other words, I forgot to write them all down. Updated Action UI to include a selectable path to MakeMKV Fixed compatibility issues with later releases of MakeMKV Added DiscIdent functionality to auto-name DVD titles Batch Encode.action - UPDATED Provides general fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and functionality of Batch Encode in other words, I forgot to write them all down. Fixed compatibility issues with later releases of MakeMKV Fixed issues with Custom Encode Args Updated default encode settings for latest Apple devices Added support for setting a Native Language preference. Used for audio and subtitle tracks. Added subtitle support. Default encode settings will now burn in forced subtitles in your native language; or all subtitles if the main audio language is not your native language. Added a 'Use Default Audio' option. If selected, will use the sources main audio language. Useful if the majority of your discs are in your native language. If the main audio language is not your native language, the action will automatically burn-in subtitles in your native language if available. Added support for BDSup2Sub. Automatically finds forced PGS subs, converts them to VOBSUB and remuxes the files for input to HandBrakeCLI. You'll need to install BDSup2Sub.jar to your Applications folder. You can download the latest version from: http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=145277&highlight=bdsup2sub+mac Updated Action UI to include a selectable path to MakeMKV, Mkvtoolnix and BDSup2Sub.jar Added support for additional input file types including avi, mp4, m4v, mov, mpg.