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Mac DVD Ripper Roundup--RipIt VS Handbrake
With the new copy proof schemes introduced by DVD encryption technology, DVD ripping software flows have taken a leap to the next level of eye candy effects. For those medieval DVD ripping application pioneers like Handbrake, RipIt, and MacTheRipper, are being put to the test inevitably followed this trend. Here is a roundup of most popular DVD ripper for Mac to mainly focusing on comparison between RipIt and Handbrake.
One of most significant indicator to be concerned for captious Mac DVD ripper, it is should be highly qualified to compete with others in high DVD ripping speed and the ability to decrypt/crack different DVD copy-protection algorithm.
Handbrake is the least configurable of the lot in commercial DVDs, usually pops error message showing No Titiles found. Although Handbrake official site claims that the later version above 0.9.4 has ripping function to circumvent copy protected DVD, it doesn’t work well in the latest released DVD wrapped in X-protect DRM.
Alternatively, you can ask RipIt to rip many newer DVDs that include enhanced copy-protection technology. However, RipIt does not have any option to select certain features or chapters for extraction. It would be taken quite a bit of hard-drive space normally 6GB to 8GB, as opposed to 1.5GB or less when using Handbrake.
While both RipIt and Handbrake offer the ability to compress the DVD’s content into various other formats directly while ripping, Handbrake performs superior with its built-in preset list of supported device targets. It includes a variety of presets, allowing you to rip your disc for specific devices and destinations—Apple TV, iPhone/iPod touch, QuickTime, and iPod High- and Low-Resolution, for example.
Compress feature in RipIt allows you to instantly convert ripped data to the format of your choice like MP4, Apple TV and iPhone/iPod, but the whole compression seems a little slow. Testing on Apple TV preset, it took the program just over 57 minutes to rip a 2 hours length time film. In comparison, Handbrake did the same job in about 30 minutes.
Aside from RipIt and Handbrake, a better alternative for RipIt or Handbrake is being challenged. MacX DVD Ripper Pro owns decent decrypting capability which is constantly upgraded to support the latest copy-protection schemes even the Disney X-project DRM DVDs. Infused with nearly 300 preset profiles, this DVD ripper for Mac features converting all DVD to iPhone/5S/5C, iPad/Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC New One, Blackberry, PSP, PS3 etc. Built-in High Quality Engine and multithreading processing, this Mac DVD Ripper guarantees crisp output image and up to 36x real time converting speed.
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It is hard to say which is better comparing with RipIt and Handbrake. RipIt has the advantages that it’s dead-simple to use and it capable of ripping just about any disc you throw at it. However, the ripping speed is not as fast as Handbrake do. As for Handbrake, one way around for DVDs with the latest copy-protection (99 title DVD mystery), you should tell Handbrake exactly which title you’d like to rip rather than entirely scanning the whole disc otherwise result in crash in the process.
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MacXDVD Software is a division of Digiarty Software Company, owns a professional multimedia software development team, providing a range of products for Macintosh Computer users, including MacX Video Converter, MacX DVD Ripper, DVD Author, DVD backup tools, etc, series of apps for Apple video player, and iPhone, iPad 2D and 3D video games. More information, please visit http://www.macxdvd.com.