DVD rip

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by Punce, Mar 25, 2002.

  1. Punce

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    I've just bought myself a 120Gb Hard Disk :)

    Now I know there's a way to rip a DVD to your Hard Disk and play it from there later.

    Here's a few questions I can think of at the moment for you clever members out there:

    1) How do you do this?

    2) Can you keep the DD/DTS soundtrack?

    3) How long does it take to rip?

    4) How big are these files?


    Thank you

    Mark
     
  2. jrwood

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    1) Smart Ripper (from memory! I think... if you want me to go into more detail let me know)

    2) Yes you can keep the 5.1 soundtrack although I dont currently have a 5.1 receiver but the theory is there, you need to find out which audio stream is correct though by playing the DVD first in your dvd player as once I ripped audio track one as usually this is the english track but for a recent DVD I ripped it was the german audio track - doh!

    3) About 15 mins to .VOB files which you can play in ZoomPlayer etc

    4) They are about 3-4 gigabytes per movie

    James
     
  3. Punce

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    Thanks James

    I'll search for Smart Ripper, and see what I find, if I get stuck I'll cry for help!

    Mark
     

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