[Question] Good free prgram used to rip dvd's

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I want to rip most of my dvd's so I can carry my laptop around without having to carry around a ton of dvd's. Any of you guys know of any easy to use and free programs?
 

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Same as Any DVD. It is updated constantly and can rip into just about every format.
 

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not exactly free. does it decrypt?
MakeMKV is free for DVDs and it does decrypt. Main movie goes into one MKV file that VLC can play just fine. If you don't want the extra crap, you don't get it, but you can rip it if you want.
 

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not exactly free. does it decrypt?
its free for dvd's and 30 days free for bluray/hddvd's.

it will decrypt and rip into an mkv container and keep the original audio and video codec intact. you can choose to keep the menus, subtitles and other languages.

i used it to rip all my dvd's, blurays and hddvds with this and it worked great. dumped all on my Drobo and sold the discs to amazon.
 

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I use a combination of Handbreak and RipIt.
 

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its free for dvd's and 30 days free for bluray/hddvd's.

it will decrypt and rip into an mkv container and keep the original audio and video codec intact. you can choose to keep the menus
No menus.