Monday, August 20, 2007

Free DVD Ripper For Mac OS X

A DVD ripper is an application that extracts the contents of a DVD-Video disc onto your hard drive. Here's one free DVD ripping app that you might want to try (still FREE as of this post):

Handbrake

Handbrake is an open-source video transcoder available for MacOS X, Linux and Windows.

It can capture from DVD-like sources such as VIDEO_TS folders, DVD images and some .VOB and .TS files.

It outputs to the ff formats: MP4 and MKV file formats, MPEG-4, H.264, or Theora video formats, and AAC, CoreAudio AAC (OS X Only), MP3, or Vorbis. AC-3 pass-through, DTS pass-through (MKV only) audio formats.

Oh and remember, ripping DVDs that you do not own the rights to and redistributing them is illegal.
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4 comments:

Cello said...

hi. do you know a jcreator-like program for mac?

pinoymaclover said...

Hi, Cello! I'm not at all familiar with jcreator, nor am I that familiar with JAVA. But I've looked around and hear some good stuff about the open-source IDE Eclipse.There's also the lightweight JEdit, which I think is more of an advanced text editor. And then there's JBuilder from Borland. Expensive, but they do offer a trial version. Anyway just follow the links. I'm sure you'll understand the info more than I do. Hehe. Hope those help!

Cello said...

thanks so much!

pinoymaclover said...

You're welcome! Let me know if you find any of those apps useful.

 

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