Quick and automated DVD tipping (to Video-TS)

Discussion in 'MediaPortal 1 Talk' started by revs, September 4, 2008.

  1. revs
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    Does anyone have any ideas on how best to quickly and easily rip a few hundered DVDs to Video-TS folders.

    What id really like is to insert a DVD, have it rip automatically, and then be ejected when finished. Even better - eject straight away if already ripped.


    Thanks!



    oh, and something that can ignore certain audio tracks would be a bonus (i.e. all i need is the 5.1 English track)
     
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    There is a "batch mode" in one of the new DVDShrink alternatives. I think it is limited to 15 at a shot, but it may help you out.

    Problem is, off the top of my head I cannot remember which of the following tools offer it. Therefore, I'll send you all four and hopefully you'll get the benefit of the comparisons:

    It's either DVDFab PLATINUM (not the free version, but the Platinum, that's key), DVD Rebuilder, DVD2One, or Nero Recode. These are all the newest/best version of DVD rippers for those that need an alternative to Shrink. Some, for example, Nero Record, would require AnyDVD as the sidekick.

    HTH!
     
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    I'll check it out.

    Turns out its not been as bad as I thought it would - I have a laptop next to the sofa, and I'm using DVDFab. I''m just putting in a dvd and leaving it rip to an external HD while I watch TV. Once the HD is full i'll transfer it all over to the HTPC.

    So at least the HTPC isnt affected while I rip.
     
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