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[Help] Ripping DVDs and Blu-Rays Help
#1
This may seem like a noob question but what's the easiest way to rip DVDs and Blu-Rays to digital?
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#2
MakeMKV if you wanna have lossless rips of discs (you'll need a drive obviously).
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(2020-04-22, 07:03 AM)MeanjohnRambo Wrote: what's the easiest way to rip DVDs and Blu-Rays to digital?

What is "to digital" supposed to mean? The content on DVDs and Blu-rays is digital to begin with and normally stays in that domain until one actually "consumes" the content.

The so-called "ripping" is then rather a matter of "reading/decrypting/storing" and in the case of MakeMKV repacking all the stuff from the M2TS container into the Mastroska one.
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DVDDecrypter and MakeMKV are the best programs to have for ripping.
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DVDDecrypter is still great, but very out of date. My go to program for older discs, but some more modern ones may not rip properly.
AnyDVD is good as well.
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MakeMKV is great.
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Did MakeMKV just stop being "beta" and free?
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Maybe this helps a bit:

https://makemkv.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=20579
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Last code was valid until end of May 2020, I guess we have to wait until the new code is released
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I preserve movies as they first appeared in Italy.
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#10
It happens, sometimes there's a bit of a wait for a fresh key.
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