Backing up your DVDs? Maybe you want them on your HTPC, or you want to play them on your phone or tablet when you travel? These DVD ripping tools will get the job done, fast and easy:
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- WellI have a 1TB HDD with right at 150 movies on it, using about 15% of the HDD. So yes, you must have quite the collection, as it would take around 1000 movies to fill one 1TB HDD. Also ripping to the HDD allows adding features like metadata. I love my media center completely filled out with movie plots, actor info etc. And as mentioned; having instant access to all of them from any device I own, locally or remotely, are some pretty good reasons that physical DVDs will never allow.Dec 31, 2012
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- , you forget that say all of Doctor Who easily fills up 300gb all on its own, then there is all the Star Trek series, oh oops, filled a TB.
I do have around a thousand films, that's not many when you think about it.
For serious collectors cloud storage is the only way forward. Why rip a popular film you can download in minutes from tpb?Dec 31, 2012
- I would love to rip my dvd's to get them on my Nexus 7. Any tips or tricks to suggest for that?Dec 31, 2012
- What I did is put the avi file on dropbox, it syncs to my dropbox via Nexus 7, then I exported avi files to somewhere folder in Nexus 7. That's only way I know, unless someone suggests another way.Dec 31, 2012