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    Hi All

    I have been trying find software to rip blu rays to mp4 that take advantage of the gpu in my computer. I have been using WinX DVD ripper platinum for ripping my DVD collection and I haven't had any issues with it but it takes longer than i would like and it only does DVDs. I have 100s of dvds and blu rays that I want to back up and I could really use some help in speeding up the process. I dont mind paying for the software but would like to have a trial before I purchase to make sure its compatible with my hardware.
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    I just use a decryption program like AnyDVD HD or similar and convert directly from the DVD disc using Vidcoder to MKV, but it also does MP4.
    For BDs, I rip them to my hard drive and convert from there. There are probably a few hardware converters, but they are generally lower quality than CPU encoding.

    Others will likely suggest some programs that use the GPU.

    And you didn't mention what GPU you want to use..?

    And welcome to our forums.
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    dvdfab is a good software to use for copying blurays. - http://www.dvdfab.cn/download.htm
    and see here also - http://www.dvdfab.cn/nvidia-cuda-and-amd-app.htm
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    dvdfab is a good software to use for copying blurays. - http://www.dvdfab.cn/download.htm
    and see here also - http://www.dvdfab.cn/nvidia-cuda-and-amd-app.htm
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    I don't think you can buy DVDFab anymore in the United States.
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    I have a GTX960m. I downoladed a trial of dvdfab and tried to back up a few movies but none of them have any sound. Ill give anydvd a shot.
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    A's Video Converter (seems like it is AMD/Intel only)
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    I use DVDFab to RIP the disc. I use VidCoder for conversion if needed.

    I've never tried the DVDFab conversion tool, and I thought only the RIP portion was functional in the free version.
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    I have been using CloneBD with pretty good results.
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