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Discussion in 'Video & Film' started by kirk, Jul 9, 2015.
How to Rip DVDs and Add Them to Your iTunes Library
a question: any reason why you're suggesting the use of RipIt and Handbrake rather than just using just Handbrake to both rip and decode at the same time?
As I say in the article, using RipIt allows me to rip a bunch ofd DVDs, and then queue them in Handbrake. I had RipIt longer before I was using Handbrake; I would rip some DVDs to watch on a laptop. So I integrated that into my workflow. But if you just do one at a time, and not often, then Handbrake does what you want.
I don't have many more DVDs to rip - except for most of my classical music DVDs - so I don't even use them often. But every now and then I get a new music DVD and rip it that way.