Time to start ripping

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Time to start ripping

Post #1 by Eyerex » 1 year ago

I've put it off for a while so let's get ripping my Friends Blu-rays :thumbsup:

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Post #2 by Jim » 1 year ago

What are you going to use? AnyDVD? CloneBD? DVDFab?
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Post #3 by ripper007 » 1 year ago

VSO Blue-Ray Converter Ultimate works good.
I have used it a few times to rip Blue-Ray to digital format. I was happy with the quality.
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Post #4 by TinBin » 1 year ago

dvdfab best one i use it all the time...

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Post #5 by Eyerex » 1 year ago

Using AnyDVD HD and CloneBD as want to shrink them down a little plus convert to MP4 as it's a little bit more compatible then MKV with different players

MKV's do give you a few more options of multiple audio tracks and subs but i'm happy with MP4's

If you want to make MKV's i would go for MakeMKV as it gives you perfect quality plus as its just ripping the files from the disk it's fast and it also removes the copy protection at the same time

Ps if you try MakeMKV look in there forum for the beta key http://www.makemkv.com/ as it's updated each time there's a new beta

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