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    DVD Ripping Software For Mac

    Hi,

    Another one of my DVD's as been scratched.

    I have a mac mini that i have hooked upto my TV. I want to use it as a media centre. The plan is to rip all my DVDís onto an external hard disk and put the original DVDís away in a safe place. This wil benefit me as my DVDís wont get damaged and i can get a film on without messing round with media.

    So my question is does anyone know any good software to rip DVDís that runs on Mac? I would preffer something free

    Thanks

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    I believe Handbrake is what you are looking for (although i have never tried it since I'm not a mac owner).

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    what do you do to them we have over 250 and never messed up one

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    vidomi - "Vidomi makes and plays top quality DivX/MPEG4 video from your existing source files. The interface is simple to use, making it a breeze to get your videos converted quickly and efficiently. Check out our latest version of Vidomi, which makes and plays DivX files. New features include automated scaling, aspect ratio control, an integrated player, great compression, very clean interface, uses any installed audio/video codecs, amazing sync and multiple input files"

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    Quote Originally Posted by markcuk View Post
    what do you do to them we have over 250 and never messed up one
    Well i have to young brothers that borrow them.

    Thanks for the suggestions i will give them a go.

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    Just had a very quick look at handbrake looks to be ideal thing. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by p858snake View Post
    I believe Handbrake is what you are looking for (although i have never tried it since I'm not a mac owner).
    Handbrake is also available for Windows. And if the mac version is anything to go by, it's very good at what it does.



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