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dvd::rip is a full featured DVD Ripper GUI for Linux, written in Perl.

dvd::rip Alternatives

The best dvd::rip alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. DVDFab HD Decrypter can copy some old DVDs and Blu-rays to blank disc or to the hard drive, in

  2. DVDShrink is software to backup DVD discs.

  3. Generate engaging videos in batches within a few minutes.

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  4. CloneDVD copies movies in unparalleled picture quality.

  5. DVD Decrypter is a software application for Microsoft Windows that can create backup disk images of...

  6. MakeMKV is a software solution for converting video files into the MKV file format.

  7. A professional and reliable software solution that provides you with the latest codecs and enables...

  8. What in the Heck is IMG Burn? We all need to copy discs from time to time.

  9. Convert & compress everything in 2 clicks!

  10. Format Factory is software that allows the user to convert media into various file formats. The software is a product of PC Free Time, a Chinese software development company. Read more about Format Factory.

  11. Rip a full DVD in 5 minutes. Best DVD ripper for Mac to rip any DVD (including the latest/99-title DVDs) to MP4, HEVC, MOV, MKV, iPhone, iPad, Android on Mac with flash speed and original quality.

  12. Jan 6, 2012 - If you have used a burning program such as Nero under Windows, K3b will feel quite familiar. Featuring a simple, yet powerful graphical interface, K3b provides various options for burning a CD, DVD, or BD (Blu-ray disc).

  13. A LOOK AT WINX DVD RIPPER SOFTWARE. So what in the heck is this DVD ripper in the first place? Well, as the name would imply, the software “rips,” a movie from a physical disc. Read more about WinX DVD Ripper.

  14. Hardware layer for DVD decryption.

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