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DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
11-27-2009, 09:00 AM
Post: #121
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
This is a DVD ripping thread NOT a Bluray one.

You can rip to folders with AnyDVD rather than ISO, select Rip video folder to HDD option. Yes you can mount any BD ISO and then explore it and copy the BDMV folders to your HDD.

It would not shrink the movie. To do that you need an encoder such as ripbot, handbrake, megui, etc.

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12-12-2009, 12:22 AM (This post was last modified: 12-12-2009 01:03 AM by souwalker.)
Post: #122
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
Hi

I'm new to this forum and I am also new to DVD/BD ripping.

I have ripped my DVDs with no issues but I am still unsure the best way to rip my BR so I can stream via my eGreat M34a. I gone through this thread but could not see any info that would help me. If there is, please forgive me for missing it.

I have AnyDVD HD and Clone DVD. Would I be able to use those 2 software to ripping my BR to HDD? If there is a simple, straightforward method or instruction without having to remux (I'm still learning all these new terminology) or anything complicated would be very appreciative.

Many Thanks & Regards
Pat
Hi Again

I also have a question about dvd ripping. The tutorial suggested AnyDVD HD to rip to hard drive, then use Imgburn to convert to ISO.

What is the difference between the above route compared to using Anydvd to rip to image?

Many Thanks
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12-12-2009, 02:50 PM
Post: #123
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
(12-12-2009 12:22 AM)souwalker Wrote:  Hi

I'm new to this forum and I am also new to DVD/BD ripping.

I have ripped my DVDs with no issues but I am still unsure the best way to rip my BR so I can stream via my eGreat M34a. I gone through this thread but could not see any info that would help me. If there is, please forgive me for missing it.

I have AnyDVD HD and Clone DVD. Would I be able to use those 2 software to ripping my BR to HDD? If there is a simple, straightforward method or instruction without having to remux (I'm still learning all these new terminology) or anything complicated would be very appreciative.

Many Thanks & Regards
Pat
Hi Again

I also have a question about dvd ripping. The tutorial suggested AnyDVD HD to rip to hard drive, then use Imgburn to convert to ISO.

What is the difference between the above route compared to using Anydvd to rip to image?

Many Thanks
Pat

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12-13-2009, 12:14 AM (This post was last modified: 12-13-2009 12:16 AM by souwalker.)
Post: #124
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
(12-12-2009 02:50 PM)wryker Wrote:  Search this forum for ToNMT - that is your golden ticket (or search google for the wiki)


Thanks

I did search the Guides section for ToNMT but I got nothing specific. The search displayed a few threads on the 'Ripping and ISO' guide. Search the Guides thread or all forums?

Rgds
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12-13-2009, 04:29 AM
Post: #125
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
(12-13-2009 12:14 AM)souwalker Wrote:  Thanks

I did search the Guides section for ToNMT but I got nothing specific. The search displayed a few threads on the 'Ripping and ISO' guide. Search the Guides thread or all forums?

Rgds
Pat

Search in future for tonmt in thread title would have got you this:-
http://www.networkedmediatank.com/showth...p?tid=1786

This thread is for SD DVD only ripping, do not ask about BD or HD-DVD ripping in it as we are strict in the Guides section on Off-Topic etc. as stated in the sticky here:-
http://www.networkedmediatank.com/showth...p?tid=6473

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12-13-2009, 01:09 PM
Post: #126
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
(12-13-2009 04:29 AM)chris57 Wrote:  This thread is for SD DVD only ripping, do not ask about BD or HD-DVD ripping in it as we are strict in the Guides section on Off-Topic etc. as stated in the sticky here:-
http://www.networkedmediatank.com/showth...p?tid=6473

Ok thanks.

I am sorry about this. Was not aware.

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12-14-2009, 12:10 PM
Post: #127
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
This is more what you are looking for:-
http://www.networkedmediatank.com/wiki/i...r_Playback
http://www.networkedmediatank.com/wiki/i...DVD_to_MKV
http://www.networkedmediatank.com/wiki/i...tles_HowTo

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01-12-2010, 12:11 PM
Post: #128
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
Hi

Can someone explain fully why using ImgBurn to rip directly to an ISO (whilst running AnyDVD to do the decryption in the background) will not produce the best standards-compatible ISO? (vs the wiki's recommended two-step process)

This was touched on before briefly in post 51 & 52 and the reason was
"Yes as whilst its running in the background its not actually ripping away the protection merely working around it. You have to physically ask AnyDVD to remove the protection to get a working solution."
But I didn't really understand this - I understood that AnyDVD removes the encryption entirely.
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01-13-2010, 09:54 AM
Post: #129
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
AnyDVD works in two ways:-
1. Whilst you have the disc in your player it will remove the need to change regions for any ROM drive etc. and make the DVD play and enable a 1:1 copy like you suggest. This is not removing any protection.
2. Do the above but has an additional feature to remove the protection so its a 1:1 copy but without protection. The 'Rip to HDD' and 'Rip to Image' options.

You need the second step to play from a saved location, it is only discs that can operate/play with protection.

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01-13-2010, 10:26 AM
Post: #130
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
(01-13-2010 09:54 AM)chris57 Wrote:  AnyDVD works in two ways:-
1. Whilst you have the disc in your player it will remove the need to change regions for any ROM drive etc. and make the DVD play and enable a 1:1 copy like you suggest. This is not removing any protection.
2. Do the above but has an additional feature to remove the protection so its a 1:1 copy but without protection. The 'Rip to HDD' and 'Rip to Image' options.

You need the second step to play from a saved location, it is only discs that can operate/play with protection.

Hmmm, still rather confused by all this. So in #1, are you saying that an ISO that has been ripped by ImgBurn (with AnyDVD in the background) will still have protection, and that NMT won't be able to play it?

Also from re-reading the thread, it seems that AnyDVD's 'Rip to HDD' function was recommended for use by NMT etc. precisely because it was *not* a "1:1 copy" i.e. it extracted a set of files from a potentially non-standards-compliant original DVD that could subsequently be built into a reliable standards-compliant ISO by ImgBurn.
Is this correct?
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01-13-2010, 12:06 PM
Post: #131
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
If AnyDVD is running in the background the protection should be removed

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01-13-2010, 12:16 PM
Post: #132
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
Right the option to use IMGBurn is for two reasons:-
1. IMGBurn produces ISO images that are known to be compatible with hardware players.
2. AnyDVD's option to go straight to an ISO file, called Rip to Image was designed with Bluray in mind, DVD was an after thought and had some problems when the option was introduced.

Whilst the disc is in the drive on your PC the protection is being worked around by AnyDVD. If you simply copy with a 1:1 using IMGBurn you will get a 1:1 copy with the protection still there. It will play though on your PC as your PC has AnyDVD installed on it and running in the background.
To remove the protection from the ISO you have to use the options described.
AnyDVD can be thought of as not just an application that runs when you ask it, AnyDVD runs 100% of the time.

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01-13-2010, 01:27 PM
Post: #133
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
Is the Rip to Image for Bluray worth doing Chris - ive been doing to folders then ImgBurn for bluray too...??

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01-13-2010, 01:53 PM
Post: #134
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
(01-13-2010 01:27 PM)Suge_K Wrote:  Is the Rip to Image for Bluray worth doing Chris - ive been doing to folders then ImgBurn for bluray too...??

S

Not had any experience of using it, it was developed for BD so I would expect it to be OK to use as a one step for BD.

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01-13-2010, 03:17 PM
Post: #135
RE: DVD Ripping & ISO Guide
When I want a copy of the BD I use Rip To Image (with the keep protection unchecked) and then use ImgBurn to burn it to a BD. That's IF you want the full BD. Otherwise I use ClownBD or ToNMT to rip just the movie and whatever audio options I want.

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