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How to Rip DVDs and Add Them to Your iTunes Library

Discussion in 'Video & Film' started by kirk, Jul 9, 2015.

  1. kirk

    kirk Administrator Staff Member

  2. ldhaber

    ldhaber New Member

    Kirk,

    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?

    best,

    Larry
     
  3. kirk

    kirk Administrator Staff Member

    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.
     

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