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DVD ripper

A DVD ripper is a software program that facilitates copying the content of a DVD to a hard disk drive. They are mainly used to transfer video on DVDs to different formats, to edit or back up DVD content, and to convert DVD video for playback on media players and mobile devices. Some DVD rippers include additional features such as Blu-ray support, DVD and Blu-ray Disc decryption, copy protection removal and the ability to make discs unrestricted and region-free. While most DVD rippers only convert video to highly compressed MP4 video files, there are other rippers that can convert DVDs to higher quality compressed video. These types of DVD rippers are used by the Television and Film industry to create broadcast quality video from DVD. Video ripped by these professional DVD rippers is an exact duplicate of the original DVD video.

Applications

Note: Applications with a purple background are no longer in development.

General

System support/minimum-requirements, interface & programming

This table lists the operating systems that different DVD rippers can run on without emulation and/or compatibility layer(s) (e.g.Wine under Linux and/or other operating systems are marked as No, mostly noted, but there may be other applications running under emulation and/or compatibility layer(s) which are not marked). Other minimum system requirements are listed; some features (like High Definition support) may be unavailable with these specifications.

DVD ripper Windows Mac OS X Linux BSD Unix/Other CPU GHz RAM MB HDD MB GUI CLI Batch Programming GPU Acceleration
DVD-Cloner XP-8(32/64bit)) Yes No No No 1.8 64 2 Yes No No ? ?
AnyDVD 98-7(32/64bit)
HD:2K-7(32/64bit)
No No No No 0.5
HD:2
64
HD:512
2
HD:4
Yes No No ? ?
CloneDVD 98-7(32/64bit)
mo:2K-7(32/64bit)
No No No mobile devices[1] 0.5
mobile:1
128
mobile:256
5,120 Yes No No ? ?
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh"|DVD Decrypter 9x-7(32bit) No No No No ? ? ? Yes No No ? ?
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh"|DVD Shrink 9x/2K/XP(32bit) No No No No ? ? ? Yes No No ? No
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh"|DVD X Copy 2K-Vista(32/64bit) No No No No 0.5 ? 10,240 Yes No No ? ?
DVD43 2K-7(32bit) No No No No ? ? ? Yes No No Delphi ?
FormatFactory ALL(32bit) No No No No ? ? ? Yes No No C ?
HandBrake 2k-7 Intel, 10.5+ x86/x86 64 No No ? ? ? Yes Yes Yes Objective-C, C, C# ?
K9Copy No No deb/rpm Yes POSIX[2] ? ? ? Yes No No C, C++ ?
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh"|MacTheRipper No 10.2+ No No No ? ? ? Yes No No C ?
RipIt No 10.5+[3] No No No ? ? ? Yes[4] No No Objective-C, C ?
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh"|Thoggen No No Yes Yes[5] POSIX[5] ? ? ? Yes No No C ?
DVD ripper Windows Mac OS X Linux BSD Unix/Other OS CPU GHz RAM MB HDD MB GUI CLI Batch Programming GPU Acceleration

Disabling DRM

Note: As at 2009-12-10 much of the data below is based on available wiki-pages, Official-website-pages & some limited user experience (ie.where this table reads 'Yes' OR 'No', may be true OR may in fact need to read 'Partial', or 'Obsolete' as many encryption methods may change over time.)

DVD ripper Region
RCE
key2Audio
UOP
CSS
Macrovision
CPRM
FluxDVD
Fortium
Protect
ARccOS
AACS
BD+
ROM Mark
BD-Live
Other(e.g.APS)
DVD-Cloner Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes[6] Yes Yes[7] Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
AnyDVD Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes[8] Yes[8][9] Yes[8] Yes Yes Yes Yes Partial[8] Yes
CloneDVD No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh" | DVD Decrypter Yes No No Yes Partial Partial No No No No No No No No No No
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh" | DVD Shrink Yes No No Yes Partial Partial No No No No No No No No No No
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh" | DVD X Copy Yes No No Yes Partial Partial No No No No No No No No No No
DVD43 Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No
FormatFactory Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No
K9Copy Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh" | MacTheRipper Yes Yes No Yes Partial Partial No No No No No No No No No No
RipIt Yes[7] No No No Yes Yes[7] No No Yes Yes Partial[7] No No No No No
style="background: Template:Rh2/bgcolor; color: black; vertical-align: middle; text-align: left; font-weight: bolder; " class="rh heading table-rh" | Thoggen Yes No No Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No
DVD ripper Region RCE key2Audio UOP CSS Macrovision CPRM FluxDVD Fortium Protect ARccOS AACS BD+ ROM Mark BD-Live Other(e.g.APS)

Notes and references

See also

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