The Little App Factory RipIt

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killua

Video Converter for Mac is a versatile Mac video converter which can convert videos including ASF, dat, mpg, MPEG, 3GP, MP4, MPEG4, H.264, M4V, MOV, AVI, WMV, Vob, MP3, WMA, OGG, AAC, M4A, AC3, etc. Perfect Video Converter for Mac OS users.

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Zephus

Now that I've bought RipIt, used it on a DVD to rip a file which is 8.32 GB on my computer, how do I burn that onto a standard 4.7 GB DVD-R disc and retain the menu items, so that it will play in a standard DVD player?

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Rich364

I've been using MacTheRipper for years - but switched to RipIt months ago. I feel RipIt is far superior and well worth the few bucks (if you're going to be doing a lot of ripping). There were way too many movies in my collection that MTR wouldn't rip... that's what forced me to start looking for other programs.Additionally, the RipIt support site is constantly working on improvements and notifying users of changes. Only once did I find something I couldn't rip (from over 600 discs)... it had just come out that day on disc... but within a week, RipIt posted an update that worked and listed the title on their support site as a fix with that update.I have no need to ever go back to MRT (though I did like while I used it).

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ritland

How does this program compare with MacTheRipper? MTR works on 99% of DVDs and it is free. Is there something this program for $20 can do that MTR can't do for free?

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Roger Workman

In my experience, RipIt was able to rip a couple of discs that MacTheRipper created garbage from.  In general I prefer MacTheRipper though.

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