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RipBot264 v1.18.1

Freeware
Vista / Win7 / Win8 / WinXP
RipBot264 is a simple and easy to use GUI for encoding video to iPod, PSP, Consoles and Blu-Ray. This small app is specially for people looking for something simple without exotic filters and unnecessary settings.

RipBot264 requires the following applications to be installed:AviSynth, FFDSHOW, Haali Media Splitter, Microsoft .NET Framework Redistributable Package

Screenshots:

RipBot264 v1.17.4 RipBot264 v1.17.4 RipBot264 v1.16.5

Keywords:
ripbot264 h264 x264 ipod psp blu-ray gui

License type Freeware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 18 Sep 2014
Downloads 145,804
File size 59.68 MB (< 8min @ 1Mbps)
Supported languages English
Operating systems Vista / Win7 / Win8 / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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Lord Bamoota
Unverified new user
RipBot264 v1.16.5

very reliable

13 Oct 2011
RipBot264 v1.15.1

It has a LOT of user options and in the end allows you to have a greater control over the final video. However, when it comes to speed, programs like Badaboom have Ripbot264 beat:

http://digitalafterthought.blogspot.com/2010/04/badaboom-vs-ripbot264-objective.html

RipBot264 v1.14.2

The developer of the GUI really keeps things up. This program runs great. Backup of Blu-Ray to AVCHD for the WDTV HD player in my movie room is flawless. My 2 year old girl can get on without ruining a disc and watch her movies with perfect clarity. I really can't tell the difference between the backup and original. It would be nice to have the HD Sound, but my Player only supports AC3. Just for the Tech side of things, I recently built a new pc with a core i7 920 2.67ghz cpu, Corsair Dominator DDR3 pc1600 3gb, Asus Matrix GTX260 DDR3 876mb video, Silverstone 700watt psu, Corsair RAID0 SSD 64gbx2 drives. Ripbot goes FAST! <br/>And most of all I am using Windows 7 RC 32bit and with the new integrated codecs and gpu utilization embedded in W7 it is even faster than vista32bit and only uses about 89% cpu! Pass1 was a consistent 32.88 fps and pass2 was consistant 13.78 fps at 1080p 8140mb <br/>5.1ac3. I have used Coreavc codec with similar results= 31.44fps pass1/10.98fps pass2 vista64bit. Nothing can touch this program in my opinion. I have search for hours looking for free and paid software and still nothing with the pass2 and mb limit, speed, <br/>ease of use, or reliability. Keep up the good work! Only thing that could someday compete would be Baddaboom h.264 if they added pass2, file size limit, xcopy audio stream.

RipBot264 v1.13.3

Although this app lacks a lot of the user changeable options in the GUI others offer, I have had more successes with HD content video with this program. I've done the long route with HD-DVD & Blu-ray to .mkv and this app is a time saver, with comparable results. I would like to see a little more contrast on the GUI (for better readability), and a folder select option with the file select. With all that's out there this program is great. I have found little as beginner friendly, with final products like what I have struggled these few years to produce without it.

RipBot264 v1.9.3

I converted a 1.36 avi. to PSP conversion and this proggy is actually very easy and does a REAL good job and quit fast. <br/> <br/>As a test I also encoded a HD .mkv file that was 7gb and that took roughly 2hr which is also very fast and did an excellent job. <br/> <br/>One of my favorite apps to convert movies to PSP is xvid4psp and I must say after testing RipBot264...this has quickly became my favorite. <br/> <br/>There is no install (and I hate installs that im not familiar with) so feel free to check it out. <br/> <br/>Thanks aD for bringing this to my attention :)