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What software are you using for playback? For use with Windows Media Center, I've found ripping to VIDEO_TS folders to be the best option. Given HDD prices, I don't bother with re-encoding. I use AnyDVD + DVD Shrink for ripping. AnyDVD for removing newer types of encryption and DVD Shrink for removing unwanted extras and audios.
Just using WMC. When I used DVDfab, I just put file in a folder named "Ripped DVD" and it was in the Windows "My Videos" folder; configured the WMC to get files from that folder and it worked fine.
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Ive been using shrink dvd...
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Quicker to just rip it as a folder than as an iso which has to be mounted, HandBrake can load from dvds ripped as a folder so no need to mount and you don't loose anything like subs. AnyDvD's "rip to hard disk" will do that fine. DVDFab will do the same as well but allow you to remove all the warnings.

You can do the same for Blurays as well with and HandBrake supports its folder structure now provided something has decrypted it (such as AnyDvD and DVDFab).

If space isn't an issue leave as is or just transcode with HandBrake and Make sure to add the subtitle tracks
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I personally use handbrake. I make them mkv's with constant quality of 15. It drops a movie from on average 4gb to 2gb with next to no visual quality lose. Also there is an option to add in captions. Now I never used it but there is a chance it might make them on all the time and be unable to turn them off, I'm not 100% sure about that I would try it once to see. Also I only take the movie it self no menu or extras or anything else. Just opening credits to end credits.
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