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post #1 of 10 Old 09-06-2013, 09:06 PM - Thread Starter
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Looking to rip to .ISO only. Movie, 5.1/7.1 track, stereo, subs.

Ripping to hard drives. What do you use and do you use it because another one let you down?

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I believe most people are going away from ISOs unless you have a media player that supports ISOs specially for BDs with cinavia.

I don't do ISOs anymore. Everything is MKV or M2TS file format. But when I did do ISOs I used AnyDVD HD.
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Iso images for me. Everything I rip use Anydvd hd.

Dvd iso I use dvd shrink to make the main movie iso (dont need all the extras)
Blu Ray I use Clown bd for main movie only
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MKV Blu Ray and DVDs: MakeMKV + AnyDVD HD

Sometimes, I also use DVDShrink for standard DVDs.
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MakeMKV for 90% of rips. AnyDVD direct rip to ISO for 3D.

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I never use menus so I either use DVD Shrink and ISO for DVDs or MakeMKV for BD (and sometimes DVD). My only playback is by (HT)PC.
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I believe most people are going away from ISOs unless you have a media player that supports ISOs specially for BDs with cinavia.

I don't do ISOs anymore. Everything is MKV or M2TS file format. But when I did do ISOs I used AnyDVD HD.

I have the D-1. And will probably grab a second one.

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Iso images for me. Everything I rip use Anydvd hd.

Dvd iso I use dvd shrink to make the main movie iso (dont need all the extras)
Blu Ray I use Clown bd for main movie only

Everything you rip you use Anydvd, but then you say you use dvd shrink and Clown BD. What am I missing?

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I don't really need all the menus and extras either. I'd be happy with movie, hard subs, and two audio options.

What I'm really after is ease. I don't want to have to worry about hard subs not being included, seamless branching, and whatever the other issue(s) were when ripping to MKV.

If I remember right the research I did showed the best way to insure full functionality of your rip was .ISO for use on a player that was not clipped of it's full BD menu support.

No?

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DVD Fab9 (trial or paid avail ,best nuclear dycrypter)
lots of features( best ) decrypter feature never expires

DVD Shrink 3.2 (free) excellent if it reads the file it reads most.

DVD Smith Movie Back Up (freeware) simple easy to use

DVD Decrypter (freeware) another must have.

HandBrake (freeware) slow but is the Mac Daddy of file converters

Image burn ( free ) explanatory think of it as exact copy for media and data

for more details and links see this thread http://www.avsforum.com/t/1490780/free-dvd-back-up-file-converter-tool-kit-avs-members-please-add-your-dvd-bd-software-choices-and-comments

I started a new thread mainly so newbies and guest visitors could find it
I will in turn link this thread from there eek.gif

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I never use menus so I either use DVD Shrink and ISO for DVDs or MakeMKV for BD (and sometimes DVD). My only playback is by (HT)PC.
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Aso looks like a lot of good suggestions here I might have try some of these.

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