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    I am ripping a BOXSET of a TV show from my own original DVD's into an MP4 format so I can stream them from my NAS Drive. However Using DVDFAB9 is really slow. IS there a better program available. Or What settings would you expert folks recommend for ripping the DVD's so they are not too big a file for streaming purposes.
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    Originally Posted by efiste2 View Post
    I am ripping a BOXSET of a TV show from my own original DVD's into an MP4 format so I can stream them from my NAS Drive. However Using DVDFAB9 is really slow. IS there a better program available. Or What settings would you expert folks recommend for ripping the DVD's so they are not too big a file for streaming purposes.
    What do you mean by really slow?
    Some drives are riplocked
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    Originally Posted by efiste2 View Post
    I am ripping a BOXSET of a TV show from my own original DVD's into an MP4 format so I can stream them from my NAS Drive. However Using DVDFAB9 is really slow. IS there a better program available. Or What settings would you expert folks recommend for ripping the DVD's so they are not too big a file for streaming purposes.
    what are your spec for your computer ?? try using dvdfab10
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    If you can stream using MKV instead of MP4 then you can use MakeMKV and it only takes a few minutes to do. But remember size in = size out. No shrinking of file size.
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    Its my Error chaps, the way the Original Discs are authored is a little strange to me anyway. A disc containing seven episodes, is made up of FOUR files, three single 598 MB episode files, followed by the remaining four episodes all combined into one larger file of 2.3GB. Hence it was taking so long to rip!!!! but thanks for the advice as ever its much appreciated
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