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Rip Your DVD


DVD Rebuilder doesn't have a built in ripper, so you need to use DVD Decrypter to get the files to your hard drive. You can either rip the files in ISO mode and mount the ISO to a virtual drive or rip them in File mode. Older versions of DVD Rebuilder have problems reading from Daemon Tools mounted drives, but that problem has been resolved and you shouldn't have any problems with it now. As in previous versions of this guide, I'll concentrate on ripping in File mode.

Run DVD Decrypter, click the Mode menu, and select File. In the Source dropdown, select the Drive with the DVD you want to backup. You'll see a list of VOB, IFO, and BUP files on the right side of the window. Make sure all the files listed are highlighted. If there are some that aren't highlighted, press Ctrl-A on your keyboard at the same time and all files should be selected. Near the middle of the window, under Destination, you'll see the path that the files will be ripped to. If you want to change that, click the folder icon to the right and browse to the correct folder. Click the button with the green arrow (below the Destination section) and wait for DVD Decrypter to finish.

Table of Contents

  1. 1. introduction
  2. 2. Installing and configuring the software
  3. 3. Ripping your DVD
  4. 4. Running DVD Rebuilder
Written by: Rich Fiscus
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