Ripping Full Length Movies

Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by jts76tp, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. jts76tp macrumors newbie

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    Ok I just want to know what I can do if I want to rip the entire movie, but when I go to burn it, the movie has to be compressed and I lose parts of it. What program can help me or what can I do?


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  2. Texas04 macrumors 6502a

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    What do you mean you "loose" parts of it? Please be slightly more specific.
     
  3. MacNut macrumors Core

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    if you rip a long movie audio and video will get out of sync.
     
  4. bloogersnigen macrumors regular

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    First use MacTheRipper to rip the copy protection off you DVD (only if it's commercial). If your DVD (I assume thats what your ripping it from) is a dual layer DVD (most current DVD's are) then you can use a program like Roxio Toast to compress (not clip it off) your VIDEO_TS folder and burn it. if it's just a single-layer DVD, Toast will just burn it without compression. Alos, Handbrake can convert you VIDEO_TS folder to a quicktime readable file for computer storage.

    Ben
     
  5. Chundles macrumors G4

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    Really? Because I've ripped a bunch of long movies and haven't suffered any audio sync problems.

    Maybe I'm not doing it properly?
     
  6. CANEHDN macrumors 6502a

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    Neither have I. I've been backing up all my DVDs and haven't noticed anything wrong. MacTheRipper is definitely the way to go. I just rip the main feature and burn that. I don't care about all the extra crap. Doing this will allow for less compression when burning to a dvd.
     
  7. Davowade macrumors regular

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    Mac The Ripper and DVD2oneX are a great combination. I am pretty sure you can use DVD2oneX for the whole job but I am pretty loyal to MTR.
     

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