What is the best way to rip DVDs to an ISO image. I'm using DVDdecryptor and many DVD's give me an error. Is there another tool that gives me a 100% certitude, or am I doing something wrong.
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Thread: ripping DVD to ISO
Originally Posted by Baldrick
Thanks for your help. It's right, we can't rip to ISO. For me it's ok when it's ripped to separeted files.
Fab9 works great now. Non of my dvds I ripped have problems.
My DVD collection is coming to big to fit in my livingroom, so I decided to rip all of them and stream them to my TV. The problem now, I don't have a HD-TV yet. I wil buy one in the very near future, something like 3 monts or so.
Every movie has a different resolution and has most of the time 2 black borders on the top and the bottom. I think the DVD-resolution is 720x576. I could cut those black borders, but I'm affraid that some movies will be stretched on my new TV. Is there some solution to this, or is there some standard resolution we should use. I'd like to have the maximum resolution of the DVD, 720 width. I don't look the space, more than space enough since I bought a NAS of 2TB especially for my movies.
thanks for the advice