Forum: Video Discussion

Video mixing & karaoke
Topic: dvd ripper
what is a good dvd ripper, that i can use to rip my dvd's, and how can i get the titles of each chapter automatically installed when ripping? thank you dan

Posted Sat 25 Jun 11 @ 3:00 pm
i use iworksoft it is a great program only thing is that it takes forever to complete...

Posted Sun 26 Jun 11 @ 7:15 pm

I have used this in the past. not very exspensive

Posted Tue 28 Jun 11 @ 3:45 pm
Does anyone know of a good ripper for Mac?

Houston DJ

Posted Wed 13 Jul 11 @ 1:15 am
i use macs and i used mactheripper saved me alot of pain

Posted Thu 14 Jul 11 @ 1:32 pm
I use DVD Decrypter (usually in split-to-chapter mode) with my own tool to rename the files. Copy the DVD tracklisting from the web (online shop), the tool does the cleanup and then renames the files. DVDDecrypter was discontinued, but you will still get copies of it everywhere on the web (version My tool is called Multimedia Collection Organiser and here are the links to download it:

The latest version of the application can be found at:

The latest version of the Help.pdf file can be found at:

The latest version of the Readme.txt file can be found at:

Multimedia Collection Organiser can also set the two mostly used configurations for DVDDecrypter - you don't have to hassle with all the numorous settings - check the help file for more info.


Posted Wed 27 Jul 11 @ 4:34 am
There are many online website which offering latest and user friendly DVD Ripper and other portable media software in the market can you please tel me which website is best for us someone suggested me Online Free Software ( is very nice online software provider.

Posted Sat 15 Oct 11 @ 1:22 am

Posted Sun 23 Oct 11 @ 8:50 pm
rickyjcPRO InfinityMember since 2010
I use dvd43 and this works perfectly well. I rip the files from the dvd and edit them using serif movieplus with great results

Posted Mon 26 Dec 11 @ 1:30 pm
I use Itunes help me alot for mine cd's...
After the rip i can to adjust the ID3 tag in virtual dj like i want.

Greetings Dj-Frankee1972

Posted Fri 27 Jan 17 @ 11:19 am
ExamintHome userMember since 2017
Hello, better late than never, recently I am very interested in DVD Ripper because I want to bring some wonderful DVDs when I am on a business trip and in order to significantly reduce the storage space, uh, after all my posts in the conclusion, the current good reputation DVD Ripper have the following sections, WinX, Wondershare, Wonderfox and DVDfab, I finally selected wonderfox because it can be free to rip dvd to h265 that helps me save a lot of space, here is the link: ,and i will also give links of winx, it is also useful

Posted Tue 04 Jul 17 @ 1:44 am
I purchased 4videosoft for the PC and when i purchased a MAC i also purchased it for the MAC. Its excellent at not only ripping the files as individual videos but will convert them in to the format of your choice. This works great for DVD and there is also a Bluray version of the software for those who have BR discs.

Posted Mon 30 Oct 17 @ 3:19 pm