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#1 turbopaws

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Posted 02 September 2008 - 11:52 AM

Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knew of software that will allow multi-pass ripping for higher quality.

I've got BBC TV coast seasons and want to rip them onto standard discs (to preserve the original discs) but the problem is they're DVD9 and the best i can do using the 'quick rip' software is around 55% of it's original quality (that includes stripping down the menus and removing extras),which when played back isn't overly fantastic to look at.

So if anyone out there could give me a few pointers that would be great.

thanks

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Posted 03 September 2008 - 05:20 AM

QUOTE(turbopaws @ Sep 2 2008, 01:52 PM)
Hi,

I was wondering if anyone knew of software that will allow multi-pass ripping for higher quality.

I've got BBC TV coast seasons and want to rip them onto standard discs (to preserve the original discs) but the problem is they're DVD9 and the best i can do using the 'quick rip' software is around 55% of it's original quality (that includes stripping down the menus and removing extras),which when played back isn't overly fantastic to look at.

So if anyone out there could give me a few pointers that would be great.

thanks

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I suppose you are speaking about Non-Copy Protected stuff, then:
DVDShrink - ReAuthor - Select Main Movie without recompression - select 1st Part (half ie. Chapters 1 to X) and Save; then select 2nd Part (Chapters X to End) and Save. And you will have the original stream in original quality including chapters etc. fit for archiving to DVD5 media, thumbup1.gif
Or simply BUY DVD9 DoubleLayer media and save "as is". They are now cheap at last (appr. 1 Pound per piece here - Verbatim DVD+R DL)
IF IT AIN'T BROKEN, DON'T FIX IT

#3 theburnking

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Posted 13 September 2008 - 11:37 PM

I use DVDFab Platinum for this and get great results every time.

You can find it on most torrent sites or warez sites.

If you need any help to find it just send me a PM.

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#4 steventje

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Posted 05 October 2008 - 08:52 AM

dank jou

#5 tuyetnhi524

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Posted 07 March 2010 - 06:45 AM

dvd fab you can keep settings to original so you don't lose quality

#6 eitltd

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Posted 28 April 2018 - 05:06 PM

Use RipIt. It also leaves with a file that is region free. I've use it on dvds from Europe, Japan, and Australia. No problems