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by Rob Williams on August 4, 2010 in Windows

Do you think that getting a Blu-ray movie off of its disc and onto your PC is complicated? It once was an arduous chore, but today, it’s easier and more accessible than ever. We take a look at one of the simplest ways to both rip a movie onto to your PC, and then encode it into a variety of formats. Best part? It will cost you $0.00.

Rip Examples

Below are screenshots taken directly from the rips I created using the methods mentioned in the article. Please note that I took these shots while using a display resolution of 1920×1200, not 1920×1080, hence the wider-than-usual black bars.



Donnie Brasco (Tri-Star, 1997)


Donnie Brasco (Tri-Star, 1997)


The Fifth Element (Columbia Pictures, 1997)


The Fifth Element (Columbia Pictures, 1997)


Gone in 60 Seconds (Touchstone Pictures, 2000)


Gone in 60 Seconds (Touchstone Pictures, 2000)


Sin City (Dimension Films, 2005)


Sin City (Dimension Films, 2005)


xXx (Columbia Pictures, 2002)


xXx (Columbia Pictures, 2002)

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