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Thread: DVD Ripping

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    I have found recently that I was getting a message about not being able to navigate a DVD structure, found out it was the new Sony protection system, pain in the butt, but i think i figured out a fairly fool proof method round it -

    Get yourself a copy of Ripit4me, from that download fixVTS and a copy of DVD decryptor.

    Run Ript4me, this calls up fixVTS, passes the deets over to decryptor and that should now rip the vob files out nicely, tun these through DVD shrink and bobs yer Auntie a backed up copy of your favorite new movies.

    If people know this already sorry, just thought i would share as it took me a while to find it.


  2. Movies & TV   -   #2
    get anydvd. all you do is leave that program running and proceed to burning normally. go to probble.com and search for anydvd

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    might be useful for some ppl hopefully

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    thx

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    I use only DVDRebuilder.. Its very good for dvd rips
    Last edited by TSiX; 10-31-2007 at 11:34 AM.

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    Im still using dvdshrink cos its easy and gives great quality. I use it with anydvd running in the background.

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    Useful, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by relleuM View Post
    Im still using dvdshrink cos its easy and gives great quality. I use it with anydvd running in the background.
    same here, except this wont do some newer movies so I got ripit4me

  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
    Question, do any of the DVD rippers rip at different quality settings or is it only in conversion when you lose quality? Thanks for the method though wisbeech.

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    any1 can help with fedora

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