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Windows 7: How to rip DVD in good quality? (Not copyrighted - personal recording)

06 Apr 2016   #1

Microsoft® Windows 7 Professional 64-bit
How to rip DVD in good quality? (Not copyrighted - personal recording)


I have a footage which I'd like to rip in the best possible quality. Lossless is preferred if available. Space usage does not matter.

Since this is a personal recording it does not have any copyright protections embedded it's just a plain DVD4.7 disc which plays on any DVD player.

I know I could rip it in iso image format but I don't like that because I need it in a portable&uploadable format (like avi, mkv, mpeg etc)
Anything except iso works for me.

How do I do this guys? :)
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06 Apr 2016   #2

Windows 7 Professional 64-bit

For audio -- I use two pay-fors: Cyberlink PowerToGo or Digiarty WinX. However, there are many more pay-fors and for-free utilities out there. Digiarty WinX is great for video! I have yet to learn Cyberlink's PowerDirector :)
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