Star Trek ripping help

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by iowamensan, Mar 9, 2010.

  1. iowamensan macrumors 6502

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    I'm trying to Handbrake the new Star Trek, and there are over 20 2+ hour titles! No way am I going to encode all of them to find out which one is the real one.. has anyone done this movie?
    Thanks!
     
  2. pMad macrumors regular

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    Just put it in a DVD play and start the movie.
    The see which track is actually playing and rip that one.
     
  3. iowamensan thread starter macrumors 6502

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    THanks! It is Title 21 in case anyone else is wondering
     
  4. spokes1124 macrumors member

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    problems with ripping this one too

    I had big time issues doing it becuase it skipped trakcs all the time
     
  5. ctrack52 macrumors newbie

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    Selection

    I usually start each movie using DVD Player and take note of the exact length of the movie. I then select the track with that exact length of time. Has not failed yet.

    In case you are interested, RIPIT is a great copy program Copies everything (less the protection) and the resulting file is recognized by DVD Player as a DVD. Using my iMAC it takes about 20 minutes for RIPIT to copy the entire DVD. RIPIT allows me to make an archive copy of DVD. When I need a copy for my ATV or my iPhone I use Handbrake to rip the RIPIT file. Digital files also copy faster, not by much but then Handbrake is a slow program. Hope that helps.
     

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