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    Smile which is the best blu-ray ripper software?

    I want to buy a blu-ray ripper software, however, i don't know which one is best.
    Magic Blu-ray Ripper
    Xilisoft Blu Ray Ripper
    DVDFab Blu-ray ripper
    Aiseesoft Blu-ray Ripper

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    I've been using DVDFab and AnyDVD to rip blu-rays. I'd give the slight edge to DVDFab since you select what you want instead of ripping the whole disc like AnyDVD.

    I can't comment on the rest as I haven't had the pleasure of trying them .

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    MakeMKV also works just fine. So does EAC3to and its associated GUI's.
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    I just know about Magic Blu-ray Ripper and DVDFab Blu-ray Ripper. both of them are good.

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    DVDFab and MakeMKV are $60 and $50 respectively. Current coupon now for the former is 20%, still makes it $48

    That's a bit expensive. Anyone have better coupons/promotion codes to use with these products?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favelle View Post
    MakeMKV also works just fine. So does EAC3to and its associated GUI's.
    Those are also good options, but they don't thwart the copy protection, I believe. Something the OP may need if ripping commercial discs.

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    I take the Blu-ray Ripper from Aimersoft, Leawo, Brorsoft, DVDfab and Xilisoft and have detailed reviews by Language, OS, Price, Decryption, Import source, Backup, Menu/Sub/Audio Processing, Export, Acceleration, Features. And the final overall ranking shows that Brorsoft Blu-ray Ripper is the best one. Anyone here applied this app?

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    DVDFab Blu-ray ripper
    Aiseesoft Blu-ray Ripper

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    Do any of these mentioned programs bypass Riplock?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krawk View Post
    Do any of these mentioned programs bypass Riplock?
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    Through making efforts to search, study, test, and analyze on numerous Blu-ray rippers, finally, according to my test results and customersí comments, Iíve summarized 5 of them which seem powerful and useful by comparison: DVDfab vs Leawo vs Pavtube vs Xilisoft vs Aimersoft, and hope you can get one to fit your needs.

    Source: best-tablet-converter.com/2012/10/23/top-5-best-blu-ray-ripper-review-2012/

    DVDFab and MakeMKV are $60 and $50 respectively. Current coupon now for the former is 20%, still makes it $48

    That's a bit expensive. Anyone have better coupons/promotion codes to use with these products?
    Hi, I know Pavtube current coupon now for the former is 30%, only $34.3, very cheap.

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    I use AppGeeker Blu-ray Ripper and get full quality.

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    I am using Blu-ray Ripper from Pavtube, DVDfab, Leawo, Aimersoft, Xilisoft last few months, but I love Pavtube best for its simple interface, and i never face any kind of problem from the date of the purchase it. Here is a brief review from my point of view.

    pc-mac-compatibility-issues.blogspot.com/2013/10/top-5-blu-ray-rippers-2013.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boston007 View Post
    DVDFab and MakeMKV are $60 and $50 respectively. Current coupon now for the former is 20%, still makes it $48

    That's a bit expensive. Anyone have better coupons/promotion codes to use with these products?
    If all you want from the software is to rip a title to your computer, DVDFab is free. You would then use some other program to process the title for other purposes (such as BD-RB, makemkv to convert the title into something for your server, car, etc.).
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    I use Magic Blu-ray Ripper, since I was an old user of their DVD software.

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