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    Can RipIt4Me rip the DVD folder in the hard drive or the DVD disc only? I could not see the hard drive as the source.
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    No. RipIt4Me doesn't rip anything. It is a front-end to several tools, the main one being DVD Decrypter, which won't rip from a HDD.

    My question s is how did you get a CSS encrypted disc to the your HDD in the first place ?

    If it isn't encrypted, why do you need to use RipIt4Me ?
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    "My question s is how did you get a CSS encrypted disc to the your HDD in the first place ? If it isn't encrypted, why do you need to use RipIt4Me ?"

    By testing, how good is the RipIt4Me? Can it rip the DVD into the HDD and then use the other tools to copy it to the disc?
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    If the DVD is not encrypted then you get no benefit at all from using RipIt4Me, and aren't testing anything.

    All you need is DVD Decrypter, Mode->ISO->Read (create an ISO on your HDD), Mode->ISO->Write (Write the ISO to a new disc)

    Again, RipIt4Me uses DVD Drcypter to rip, and this will only from a DVD, as will all DVD ripping tools. None of them will rip from a HDD, because you have to rip it from DVD first to get it to the HDD.

    I still do not understand what you are trying to do.

    Also, RipIt4Me has not been updated in a long time, and will not be updated again. Ever. Copy protection, however, continues to move forward (or backwards, depending on your thinking), so there are more and more discs that RipIt4Me cannot rip correctly, or at all. DVD Fab HD Decrypter or AnyDVD are currently the only ripping tools that are constantly and frequently updated to keep pace.
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    Originally Posted by guns1inger
    If the DVD is not encrypted then you get no benefit at all from using RipIt4Me
    Not true - I have DVDs from a standalone Sony recorder that have non-standard IFOs that RipIt4Me fixed.
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    Originally Posted by Bix
    Originally Posted by guns1inger
    If the DVD is not encrypted then you get no benefit at all from using RipIt4Me
    Not true - I have DVDs from a standalone Sony recorder that have non-standard IFOs that RipIt4Me fixed.
    No... ripit4me did not fix anything, it is just a Frontend/GUI for several other programs, any of which you can use on it's own for what each program was intended for.
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    Originally Posted by Noahtuck
    Originally Posted by Bix
    Originally Posted by guns1inger
    If the DVD is not encrypted then you get no benefit at all from using RipIt4Me
    Not true - I have DVDs from a standalone Sony recorder that have non-standard IFOs that RipIt4Me fixed.
    No... ripit4me did not fix anything, it is just a Frontend/GUI for several other programs, any of which you can use on it's own for what each program was intended for.
    Well, it was a frontend for an automatic fix that I don't know how to do manually.
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  8. Well, it was a frontend for an automatic fix that I don't know how to do manually.
    It includes FixVTS which I suspect is what fixed your DVD.
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    Originally Posted by guns1inger
    My question s is how did you get a CSS encrypted disc to the your HDD in the first place ?
    Not hard at all. Just hi-lite the files in Windows and drag-and-drop them to the folder that you desired. Once completed, you have successfully moved all your CSS encrypted files to your HDD.
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    However, you have no keys to ever decrypt the files again.
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