I keep my rips in full as well. It has something to do with their keys no longer working. It too enables you to copy the contents of a Blu-Ray disc to the hard drive. Have someone mix up two videos using both encodings and see if you can tell which is which. Great software and very easy to use. It seems like I tried it a while back and had no success.
I had ripped a movie using anydvd hd a long time ago and didn't remember it taking too long and tried dvdfab last night and it took 3. This way I am garrunteed a clean quality copy. True it takes an extra step but to me it's worth it. It can take as long as it wants to complete. I also think Fab products are great. Another point to add in to the mix. And the question lies in which one will be updated in time to support newly released movies that come out with new protections.
No need to buy an expensive monitor. Both have been quick to update for the new protection schemes. Handbrake compresses it and converts it best tool around by a long shot, expect some professional tools I'm sure All free. Thanks for the tip Adrian, I added it to the poll. So we consider it a tie on this point. I'll give it a go again.
Theres also free Ripit4me, which works in conjunction with Dvd Decrypter and DvdShrink, also all free. Thanks for the replies everyone. This is especially important when there are many fake playlists on the disc to prevent users from knowing which one to back up. There is no playback issue when this method is used. But like I always say, whatever works for you. So, I bought with lifetime upgrades.
I've decided I don't want to play with half a dozen utilities, each with their own support board and issue list, I'll pay for something that works out the box. This was done on a Dual core haswell, not my quad core, that machine was busy. And yes I know about the free program that does that too. If I k Generally its under 10 hours to complete. Everything in the temp directories can be deleted.
Hence my suggestions and comments to not bother with anything else. I then run handbrake overnight and reencode using x264 to reduce filesize. I am not familiar with blu-ray backup as my experience is limited to dvd. It is also not a good experience to find the movie title you want from a lot of files in the database. I've got pretty much everything setup, but I'm getting slightly hung up on the blu-ray player part. I tried with and without. While they may work well, they may not have received updates in a long while.
I have power dvd 7. The free one does work. It caused my wireless to disconnect every time it starts up and tried to connect to the internet for opening the blu-ray disc. It was terrible when everyone was first trying to implement it. What CinEx say is a slander on other competitors, which is the thing CinEx always does.
The offer ends December 7, 2015. Tried to different formats and was disappointed. He also wants to watch Blu-Rays from within MediaPortal. Plus most programs struggle to handle the forced subtitles. Can't tell which is superior.
And yes I know about the free program that does that too. What file should I aim this at or is it impossible to open the menu while it is running? In addition, you are allowed to titles with the built-in decryption algorithms. Yes, most of the time, it removes any encryption on the fly so anything that can read a m2ts file can work. HandBrake — Open source and very easy to use. Then use clown bd to remove extras I don't need then use tmt3 to play. What have your experience been with either of the two products? Other free alternatives These alternatives may be worth a try. It is far too hit and miss to split cells at exactly the right point.