Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: St. Louis Metro East
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I need some advice on ripping DVDs to be played in my home system set up.
I have previously been ripping all my standard DVDs through DVD Fab and kept the disc's file structure, with AudioTS and VideoTS folders. That has worked fine for years as all I had was an HTPC connected to my main television and I used Windows Media Center.
I recently bought a WDLive box for upstairs and will be purchasing a 2nd streaming device (likely WDLive) for the bedroom.
My biggest requirement is that the format I rip to be something that the wife can turn on the WDLive, and EASILY access. I need her to be able to sort and view the movie and one click to bring it on the screen. I also need to be able to access it in Win7 MC, of course.
I'd like to be able to search by chapter, pause, rewind, FF, but DVD extras are unnecessary.
I want to have DD 5.1 sound.
Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
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