mactheripper

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I have had good luck with Ripit. Though I haven't tried really new movies recently and you have to pay $20 for the full version.
 

dukebound85

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Jul 17, 2005
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I usually use Handbrake to rip them and then burn them using Toast Titanium to burn them so that they play on a DVD player. Same result, no?
Well mtr does not encode so you do not lose any quality from the disc

With hdds so large now, I am know using mtr to have 100% dvd quality backups. Handbrake will always result is some data loss

Now if HB were to incorporate the utility of mtr, that would be the best thing ever
 

iBookG4user

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Well mtr does not encode so you do not lose any quality from the disc

With hdds so large now, I am know using mtr to have 100% dvd quality backups. Handbrake will always result is some data loss
True, although a backup that is a bit less quality is better than no backup at all. Although you are correct, Mac The Ripper does need to be updated.
 
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