rip TV show DVDs w/ commentary and "extras"

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by CrossFireXT17, Sep 4, 2008.

  1. CrossFireXT17 macrumors member

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    Hey everyone I'm looking at ripping TV show DVDs, also rip the commentary tracks, and also all the extras from the DVDs as well. I just want to keep my DVDs safe and secure at home because I travel a lot, and don't want to bring DVDs around everywhere

    Is it easier to rip each piece individually? Or should I just rip a giant disk image? I can do mac and windows, but hoping to do so on my mac!

    Thanks everone!
     
  2. Raid macrumors 68020

    Raid

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    There's a great program I use for exactly the same thing. Check out "Drive-in" by Flip 4 Mac. I'm using it (and a 1TB hard drive) to store digital copies of my DVD's so I don't have DVD cases cluttering up my condo. :)
     
  3. davidleon macrumors member

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    For complete backups: MacTheRipper on Macs, and AnyDVD on Windows
     
  4. bibi macrumors newbie

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    about Drive-in Limitations and how to overcome them

    Hello: If I use Drive-in and then use Mac the Ripper, will it give me a DMR-free solution? It seems that the only way to encode my movies to my iTouch is to get them DMR-free. Thanks:D
     
  5. davidleon macrumors member

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    MacTheRipper will rip a decrypted exact copy of a DVD to your hard drive. You can then encode the movie into an iTouch-compatible format with VisualHub or ffmpegX.
     
  6. bibi macrumors newbie

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    Thank you . I think I will use it instead of DRive-in. Bibi
     

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