I’ve looked around for quite sometime, trying to find a simple means to backup my DVDs to take them with me on the road. All too often the results are disappointing with loss of quality, glitchy results, or complicated settings to maneuver.
Magic DVD Ripper provides the ability to rip copy-protected DVDs to disc in a variety of formats, including full DVD-video quality, mpeg, avi, and such, with options for Divx, Xvid and other such codecs. DVDs can thus be saved in full-quality, or reduced to small 700mb files suitable for portable device viewing.
The biggest advantage I appreciated was the reliability of the process. Often software packages work only with certain types of copy-protection or occasionally fail with ordinary processes. I have backed up dozens of DVDs of different sorts via this method and in every case, the quality has been surprisingly good, and the experience pleasantly efficient and simple. Give the trial a whirl and if backing up your movie collection is something you do regularly, the $34.97 price tag is quite reasonable.