Rip DVDs with VLC

Posted on January 22, 2007. Filed under: DVD, Ripping, Software |

Im sure you’re already knew the incomparable VLC media player could play ripped DVDs, but did you know it could rip them as well? Blog site The Real Caffeine shows you how.

It’s a pretty simple process, though VLC can’t automatically determine which file on the DVD contains the actual movie. Instead, you must manually load and preview each file in turn, so it can take a bit of time to get things started. But that’s the only real obstacle. When you’re done, you’ll have an mp1v file you can watch in just about any media player (including VLC, natch). Ah, that VLC–it just keeps giving and giving.

+ How-to: Rip DVDs with VLC [The Real Caffeine]

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