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Ripping Blu-Rays

Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by kevinturcotte, May 1, 2012.

  1. kevinturcotte

    kevinturcotte Active Member

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    What are the best programs to rip Blu-Rays? I ALWAYS want HD audio left in (DTS-HD Master, Dolby True HD). I sometimes want JUST the movie itself, and sometimes I want the entire disc (Though if there were anyway for the program to make it so the disc started right at the Menu, that would be GREAT!). If I rip just the movie itself, I don't want ANY transcoding going on (Keep them in their original MPEG4 AVC format in .m2ts files).
     
  2. sigma1914

    sigma1914 Well-Known Member DBSTalk Club

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    I like DVDFab.
     
  3. kevinturcotte

    kevinturcotte Active Member

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    I've been using DVD Fab, but it always says that it's converting DTS/LPCM audio to AC3. That's not what I want, is it?
    Also, when I copy the entire disc, is there anyway to make DVDFab go RIGHT to the menu during playback?
     
  4. wingrider01

    wingrider01 Hall Of Fame

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    Been using the Slysoft package, steady updates and dependable

    www.slysoft.com
     
  5. davring

    davring Hall Of Fame

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    I second DVDFab. Great program.
     
  6. rccoleman

    rccoleman AllStar

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    For just grabbing the movie without transcoding of any kind, I love the cross-platform MakeMKV. It's free (at least while it's in perpetual "beta" phase), simple, updated frequently, and works well. It has some issues ripping DVDs at times, but I don't think I've ever had problems with Blu Rays.

    Rob
     
  7. pfp

    pfp Whatever

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    Clown_bd with AnyDVD HD
     

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