Originally Posted by TheStu
To rip the movies so you can play them on your ipod, get HandBrake.
That will also let you rip the movies to your hard drive as MP4s, AVIs, and a couple of other formats. However, for a direct rip to something like an ISO, I'm not too sure what you would use. Do you mind my asking why you want to copy the DVD to your hard drive anyway? If you are doing it for power conservation reasons when watching them on trips then you should just rip them into say... 1.4-2.1 GB h264 MP4s using Handbrake. They will play back in Quicktime just fine, and you can tell it to leave in the chapter markers.
i want to do it so i can watch dvds in-between classes. i have 2 hour breaks between each one..BORING, i will never do that again haha rookie mistake.
|keep in mind thought that the forum rules as well as laws of some countries limits the amount that can be discuss on this topic.
yea i know, but its kind of stupid that it is illegal to make copies for your own use, after you spent 20 bucks on already. just my .02, but i do respect the rules of the forum.