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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by Mr.Mumblings, Dec 7, 2011.
Well finally! Discovered this morning that Dvdfab for Mac is finally out!
Better apps out there like: MakeMKV, DVDRemaster, Handbrake and RipIt.
I don't know about 'better' I think it comes down to persona preference. MakeMKV is simple, but doesn't allow you to adjust bit rate. The interface of Handbrake it horrible and confusing compared to DvdFab, now sure DvdFab isn't cheap, but then it does come with support and they have a whole suite of programs to choose from for different tasks. Free isn't always 'better'.
Do you feel dvdfab is worth the price?
I own it for PC, and would rather / love to own it for Mac, but no, it isn't worth the price, for me, to buy it all over again (ideally having a universal key would be awesome). I use it just to rip DVD's and BluRays; and for that, it works very good (abet buggy) . . . but I think I spent $80ish to get these features (specifically the BluRay ripping) and that, to me really seemed about 2x what it should be.
Through Sunday it's $45 for just DVD ripping. So, I might buy it. No Blu-rays and I doubt I'll buy any.
Correction; $36 through Sunday.