Originally Posted by nathan_h
Let's assume the OP wants to retain 100% quality of the mpeg video on the DVD, and stream via DLNA.
Looks like a solution like ANYDVD only gets him half the way there (can rip to folder structure or ISO -- but neither is DLNA friendly).
Use whatever ripper you want to decrypt and rip the full disk to your HDD (DVD Decrypter still works for 90% of the DVD's out there). Use DVD Shrink to rip the main title (or desired title in the case of a multi-episode disk) to your HDD as folder structure -- setting the preferences for no compression
and do not split .VOB files
. Go into the VIDEO_TS folder, pull out the single title .VOB, rename it to title_name.vob and put it in a folder on your DLNA server. If your DLNA software won't stream a .VOB file, just change the extension to .mpg. If your DLNA server won't handle that, then use VOB2MPG to formally convert the .VOB to an .mpg.
Playing a .VOB file gives you no subtitles and no chapter support.