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Looking for a DVD ripper software!!

Discussion in 'HD DVD discussion' started by redioka77, May 31, 2008.

  1. redioka77

    redioka77 Member

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    Regards to the community, I am on the look out for a DVD ripper that can convert DVD formats into video formats such as m4v and vob. Can anyone of you suggest me any good software for this purpose.
     
  2. santiag

    santiag Guest


    Hi
    I don’t have so much idea regarding this subject. Just I suggest you to take steps accordingly.



     
  3. sallywon

    sallywon Guest

    spam removed
     
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  4. pcmonster

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    I would have to say my favorite dvd ripper is DVDFAB or Xilisoft dvd ripper. Both of those are good. But if you are looking for a fast ripper, DVDFAB would be the one for you.
     
  5. rtm27

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    Check the bottom link in my signature. It's a 'one stop shop' for all your burning needs.
     
  6. tinysoar

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    SPAM removed
     
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  7. 1bonehead

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    check out dvdfab platinum from

    www.dvdfab.com
     
  8. sKrEwZ

    sKrEwZ Guest

    It comes with a free trial period. It's a handy program.
     
  9. pernal

    pernal Regular member

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    @redioka77
    I use AnyDVD HD (Decrypter/Ripper),DVD Fab Platinum 4&5,Clone DVD 2,Clone CD (It will do DVD's),DVDDecrypter/Imgburn,DVD Shrink,RipIt4Me,1 Click DVD Copy 4/5,Ashampoo Movie Shrink & Burn 3,Easy DVD Shrink and Blindwrite 6.

    Burn On,
    Russell

    PS.It's better to have options/choices.
     
  10. 1bonehead

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    Amen !
     
  11. varnull

    varnull Guest

    I like vlc .. If you can watch it you can rip the stream ;)
     
  12. iluvendo

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    This thread looks like a spam magnet !
     
  13. babyfaceh

    babyfaceh Guest

    really?
     
  14. creaky

    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    Yes, really. Spammer...
     
  15. varnull

    varnull Guest

    Odd.. maybe the bots are programmed to search out their other names and bump. I know how to script that.. but it never works for me.
     
  16. grace88

    grace88 Guest

    handbrake is free and highly recommended
     
  17. Ryu77

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    DVD's are already made up of VOB (Video Object Files) so there is no such software to do that conversion as they are already authored within that extended version of the .mpg container. Unless you are referring to ripping software that allows you to re-author and transcode DVD's to a smaller target size like DVDShrink, DVDFab, CloneDVD2 etc. as mentioned previously.

    As for M4V, could you be a little more specific about which codecs you would like to use for the elementary streams?

    M4V supports MPEG4 part 10 (AVC/h264) and MPEG4 part 2 (DivX/Xvid) Video formats, as well as various audio formats like AAC, mp2, mp3 etc.
     
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  18. Jason44

    Jason44 Guest

    I like VLC as well its pretty simple to use which is always good [​IMG] hehe
     
  19. babaro

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    spam removed
     
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  20. Ryu77

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    Mods, I think you either need to remove the spammers name somehow or close this thread. I think the bots have an automated search engine that has a database of all the other bots names and they attract to each other like magnets... So in essence they are like a disease... Let's exterminate!
     
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