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Old 11-27-2007, 02:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have some movie collections on DVD that I want to put on my iPod. Whats the fastest ripping software? I heard some take hours putting the DVD into the hard drive.
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Old 11-27-2007, 05:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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nero recode is the best ipod movie ripper
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I use CloneDVD to rip DVDs...never had a problem with it. Then when I used to put videos on my iPod, I would convert the avi to mp4 using Videora iPod Converter.
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AnyDVD is a good commercial one to decode the DVD's.

From there I just copy the decoded VOB files onto my hard drive.

Then I use the x264 codec and a simple MeGUI to encode the video. You get an extremely good quality to file size ratio through this method... but you'll likely need a guide to get you started.

This is a lot of work though, and I only recommend this if you archive your work. As you mentioned, this takes me 12 hours per movie, and my processor is slightly better than yours.

I imagine it would go fairly quick with a Core 2 Quad though...
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recode makes high quality ipod movies
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Nero Recode is the best, you just need to "obtain" it.
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