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Anydvd is the best ripper, for DVD, HD- DVD and Blu ray
Make sure you get AnyDVD HD if you want to handle blu-ray or HD-DVD. It also handles regular DVD, of course.
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As said by many: one click programs suck.
    
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As said by many: one click programs suck.
Who and why?
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Who and why?
People who know what they're talking about (not necessarily me) and because they yield a much lower quality than methods that are more tedious.
    
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post #15 of 19
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People who know what they're talking about (not necessarily me) and because they yield a much lower quality than methods that are more tedious.
It depends on the settings you designate for your 1 click DVD program.
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It depends on the settings you designate for your 1 click DVD program.
Would you happen to have a particular one click program in mind? Because I'm generalizing.
    
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post #17 of 19
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Would you happen to have a particular one click program in mind? Because I'm generalizing.
The one I linked, DVD Rip, it automates DVD shrink. DVD shrink is a really good program for ripping dvds, DVD Rip just automates the program through a batch file that you set up with predetermined values.
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post #18 of 19
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The one I linked, DVD Rip, it automates DVD shrink. DVD shrink is a really good program for ripping dvds, DVD Rip just automates the program through a batch file that you set up with predetermined values.
Most don't . Yeah, if you set it up right, anything can be good. What I was referring to was programs like SUPER and Magic DVD ripper and such.
    
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post #19 of 19
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Anydvd is the best ripper, for DVD, HD- DVD and Blu ray
I've tried a few but ultimately chose AnyDVD as well. It isn't free but is cheap and WELL worth the price. I use it a lot and have ZERO complaints. They have updates for it all the time too.... great support. It isn't quite "one click" but very, very close.
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