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How Do I Rip DVD's?

I appreciate it if someone lets me know,what ways works for you. I don't mind buying software that works, just wanna get some suggestions from people. I talked to a few people and they say, they have issues with the way they do it.
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I use DVDDecrypter to rip them, then DVD Shrink if they are too large to fit on a single DVD (skip this if you plan on storing them on a HDD and not burning them) and ImgBurn to create the DVD's.

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I use DVDDecrypter to rip them, then DVD Shrink if they are too large to fit on a single DVD (skip this if you plan on storing them on a HDD and not burning them) and ImgBurn to create the DVD's.
Exactly what I use for backing up my DVD's.




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does this look right?
http://www.mrbass.org/dvdrip/

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Yeah, I'd also look into DVD Fab. It has the capability to rip,burn,shrink... all in one app.





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+1 on DVD Decryptor / Shrink...

http://www.dvdshrink.org/what_en.php
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Quick question from a newb...I am ripping my DVD's using DVD Decrypter.

From what I have read/seen the .vob files are the actual video. What are the .ifo and .bup files? Why would I need to keep them or even rip them in the first place? Are they only useful when burning the movies back to a disk?

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Quick question from a newb...I am ripping my DVD's using DVD Decrypter.

From what I have read/seen the .vob files are the actual video. What are the .ifo and .bup files? Why would I need to keep them or even rip them in the first place? Are they only useful when burning the movies back to a disk?
What are .IFO, .VOB, and .AOB file? How can I play, Convert them?

The DVD-Video and DVD-Audio specifications define how audio and video data are stored in specialized files. The .IFO files contain menus and other information about the video and audio. The .BUP files are backup copies of the .IFO file. The .VOB file (for DVD-Video) and .AOB file (for DVD-Audio) are MPEG-2 program streams with additional packets containing navigation and search information.

Since a .VOB file is just a specialized MPEG-2 file, most MPEG-2 decoders and players can play them. You may need to change the extension from .VOB to .MPG. However, any special features such as angles or branching will cause strange effects. The best way to play a .VOB file is to use a DVD player application to play the entire volume (or to open the VIDEO_TS.IFO file), since this will make sure all the DVD-Video features are used properly.

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+1 on dvd decryptor / shrink...

http://www.dvdshrink.org/what_en.php
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