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Ripping DVDs after Windows 7?

Discussion in 'Convert video to another format' started by Dave Hafda, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. Dave Hafda

    Dave Hafda Newbie

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    I know Microsoft will only be updating Windows 7 with security updates until January 2020, but I use DVDShrink 3.2 (or DVDFab 9 if that doesn't work) to rip my DVDs into "Full DVD" iso files and "just the movie" files, or just chapters with TV shows or just clips, and I'm not sure if these will work (well) on Windows 10.

    I've tried alternatives but they either wouldn't rip correctly or cost a lot of money.

    I may use Linux in 2020 (as I'm not a fan of Windows 10), but I'm not sure what the DVD ripping software capabilities are there.
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    DVDShrink 3.2 works in my Windows 10 box.
    Haven't tried DVDFab.
     
  3. sonnymey

    sonnymey Member

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    Me too. I'm a fan of Windows 7, instead of Windows 10. You can consider handbrake or makemkv, both of which support Linux.
    If you're reluctant to insist on Windows 10, freeware like smartripper, winx dvd ripper, ripit4me and shareware open dvd ripper are all nice options.
    Plus, I don't think you need to worry about so much. After all, your dvd ripper can still work for you.
     
  4. aldan

    aldan Active member

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    handbrake works fine on windows 10.
     

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