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Post Posted: August 19th 2008 2:05 pm
 

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OK, so I've got the entire James Bond Remastered collection sitting here, and I know I was able to convert these to .avi rips before, but my external harddrive was getting full, and I thought I could always re-rip these again later, and this time as an mp4 for my iPod.

:roll: Well, as it turns out, it looks like there's some encryption that's foiling my efforts. I'm using AnyDVD+DVD Decrypter and Handbrake. Decrypter does it just fine, but when I go into Handbrake, it tells me that it can't find any DVD title. :o So, anyone know of something that'll do the trick and let me free my DVDs?


Post Posted: August 19th 2008 8:03 pm
 

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For Windows I highly recommend DVD Fab. Hasn't failed me yet. For Mac I recommend Mac The Ripper, whose current version is kind of hard to find (you will probably have to go to torrent sites or newsgroups), and which has failed me occasionally - which is when I use DVD Fab.


Post Posted: August 19th 2008 10:26 pm
 

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Ayatollah Krispies wrote:
For Windows I highly recommend DVD Fab. Hasn't failed me yet. For Mac I recommend Mac The Ripper, whose current version is kind of hard to find (you will probably have to go to torrent sites or newsgroups), and which has failed me occasionally - which is when I use DVD Fab.

Are you doing 1:1 Rips? I did that and other option that you have when you do the Full Disc rip, and it still doesn't work for me. I still get the no title found message. :(


Post Posted: August 21st 2008 10:42 am
 

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I guess I didn't read your first post right -- are you saying the problem is with Handbrake? I haven't dealt with it that much. Raveers is probably the expert at converting DVD rips to another format.


Post Posted: August 21st 2008 4:36 pm
 

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Ayatollah Krispies wrote:
I guess I didn't read your first post right -- are you saying the problem is with Handbrake? I haven't dealt with it that much. Raveers is probably the expert at converting DVD rips to another format.

Well I don't really know where the problem is at, as I've tried a couple other programs, and I get the same message too.


Post Posted: August 21st 2008 9:37 pm
 

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Ok, I forgot I had an AVI to MP4 converter that keeps the audio sync, so can anyone recommend a DVD to AVI converter that allows you to limit the size of the files?

Thanks.


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