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Mac The Ripper 2.6 is out!

Discussion in 'Video problems with Mac' started by mediaguru, Dec 19, 2004.

  1. mediaguru

    mediaguru Regular member

    Aug 27, 2002
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    In case you didn't know it, MTR is the BEST mac dvd
    extractor with by far the MOST FEATURES!

    MacTheRipper 2.6:

    • Added the ability to extract DVDs with ARccOS copy
    protection, along with new Full Disc and Main Feature modes
    for those discs
    • Added the ability to handle VOBs with bad sectors, which
    get padded with dummy data, and notify the user at the end
    of extraction that read errors were encountered
    • Added bad cell detection in Title Only and Title – Chapter
    modes, so they automatically get skipped; useful for ARccOS
    • Added the ability to demux elementary streams in Title Only
    and Title – Chapter modes, along with the ability to choose
    which streams will get extracted.
    • Removed deprecated preferences
    • Fixed large crashing bug that occurs if the user chooses
    Title Only extraction, and then immediately chooses another
    • Fixed a bug in Non-PGC Title Only and Title – Chapter
    modes where the output would be incorrect
    • Fixed a crashing bug on certain DVDs with particular IFO
    • Reduced the amount of UI updates during extraction to
    hopefully reduce the amount of crashes on certain computers,
    namely dual-processor Macs
    • Improved progress bar accuracy
    • Removed ‘Real Time’ prescan option in the preferences, as
    Pre Scan is required for certain functions to work properly
    now, including ARccOS detection and chapter extraction

    Go here to for more info and a download:

    ps: I don't know what's up with the text formatting on this
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2004
  2. l5tc

    l5tc Guest

    I have a weird problem with MTR which is that is didn't remove the CSS encoding! I had success with it but I have a brand new ibook 1.33 superdrive. I ran a cd i bought through MTR and when I dropped the file on Popcord I keep getting the warning that the file is CSS encoded.

    I ran the same disc over to my PC and put it through DVD Decrypter and then burned with DVD clone and had no problem. I hate when the PC can do something the mac can't!!!

  3. mediaguru

    mediaguru Regular member

    Aug 27, 2002
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    I don't think you can have css on a cd can you? did you try dvdbackup?

    Maybe it is a problem with cockporn...er a popcorn.
  4. l5tc

    l5tc Guest

    OOPS! I meant DVD - I ripped something else that was encoded and it worked. Now I'm finding which media brand I have works with Superdrive 825

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