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MacX DVD Ripper?
Educate me, suque.
Edited to add -- MakeMKV will rip the movie only (so no menus or extras, though you can choose to rip extras as separate files if you wish), and produce an mkv file. It does not transcode or compress it. It just produces the original video in a new file format. You can choose which soundtracks, subtitles, etc to include. This can be played back by most media players (but not in iTunes).
It will also rip Blu-rays.
Handbrake is the best choice for the ability to compress the video and put it in a variety of file formats, particularly ones that itunes can play back natively. But it takes a while, whereas makemkv is really fast.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by NOD on 12/30/2012 at 7:07 PM
As for the others:
Mactheripper -- this hasn't been updated in forever. It can't rip a fair number of recent DVD's.
I haven't tried the other 2.
Something for the ripping and the tearing?
In my experience, you use them all a little bit. I've run into problems ripping with one app, that another app could do just fine.
Handbrake is probably your best place to start, depending on what you want to do with the video.
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