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What program to use to rip Blu-ray to hard drive?

Discussion in 'Blu-ray players' started by z0diac, Dec 22, 2007.

  1. z0diac

    z0diac Regular member

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    What program(s) are available that will rip Blu-ray disks to hard drive? I just bought an LG drive that reads both HD and Bluray. DVDFab HD Decrypter 4 works fine for HD-DVD discs (I ripped one movie and can play back the individual .EVO files off the hard drive no problem), but with Blu-ray discs it just kays "Please insert DVD or choose DVD folder" but does nothign when you select the STREAM folder on the Bluray disc.

    Any good one-step programs for ripping Blu-ray discs?
     
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    z0diac Regular member

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    Hm... I installed it, rebooted, tried to load the program and got a popup saying "Your trial period has expired".

    Hmph.
     
  4. bilbo65

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    You must have used AnyDVD on that computer before.....
     
  5. Chavo

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    Uninstall AnyDVD and download CCleaner. Scan the registry and select "fix selected issues." Install AnyDVD again and you should have another 21 day trial. If you like AnyDVD, make sure you buy it, just like I did.
     
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    You don't "get" another 21 days. If you liked it buy it. Otherwise you're stealing it.
     
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    @Chavo
    Doesn't work - AnyDVD has come along way since that little trick worked.
    Plus let's not post ways to beat the system - piraacy - and not allowed here.
     
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    Once you got AnyDVD-HD up and running, right the tray icon and select "Rip DVD to Hard Disk", easy!
     
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    Hey guys, I used any dvd to rip the blu-ray movie to my hard drive. I am using PowerDVD 8 ultra to play the ripped movie, and it lags constantly on playback. Anyone know why it is doing this? I have an hp dv9843cl laptop:
    vista 64
    4gb ram
    320gb hard drive
    blu-ray drive
    intel T8100

    thanks
     
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    I ripped my national treasure 2 blu-ray to hdd using anydvd hd but when i play the m2ts file back on WMP or Powerdvd it plays great but with someone NARRATING everything that goes on in the film.

    How do i play this back normally with no narration please?
     
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    I also have just started ripping to the HDD on a Sony Media Center PC, and I get only parts of the movie and nararration from the director in parts. I tried No Country for Old Men and Juno. I have been looking everywhere for a solution, but have been unable to figure out why. Can Anyone Help?
     
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    It's giving you narration because it defaulted to the first english AC3 track, which is probably a director's commentary. The main movie audio is probably DTS-HD, etc.
     
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    I have and LG BluRay drive (reader, not writer) and AnyDvd HD. When I try to rip the disk to the HD, I get a message that says - Drive not ready. I haven't installed any of the LG-supplied SW yet, as I'm concerned about conflicts with my current burning SW, but I have verified that this drive is recognized by XP and can read files from a standard DVD.

    Do I need any special drivers/SW to read BD files?

    Thanks...
     
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    I could be wrong
    did u download and install udf driver2.5
    for xp u need this driver
    and check ur firmware upgrade
    and still not working then something wrong with bld-disc
    try to exchnage it
     
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    No, I haven't downloaded and installed udf driver2.5 Is this something that is on the Afterdawn site, or should I go to the LG site?

    Thanks for the tip...
     
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    The best way I have found which works awesome is use 3 apps. ANYDVD, Slysofts Virtual Drive (Freeware) and PowerDvd Ultra 8. All you have to do is right click the AnyDvd Icon on the taskbar and then click rip to image and it will rip it as an ISO. After your done using the Viritual Drive you can mount it and Power Dvd will Detect it. Its easy and quick and Ive had 0 problems im not even using the full version of AnyDvd the 21 day Trial will let you rip blurays.
     
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    Yes this works, but you are left with a upto 48gb file.
    Is there a program that will remove main blu-Ray movie only?
     

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