5 responses

  1. danke
    April 3, 2008

    i’ve also tried mac the ripper before. but it failed to remove the CSS protection from my DVD. and i finally switched to wondershare dvd ripper for mac, which did the trick for me. here is its step by step user guide
    http://www.mac-dvd-ripper.com/guide/mac-dvd-ripper-guide.html

  2. wayne
    April 3, 2008

    Do you work for these guys? Mac the ripper does remove CSS protection. Wondershare costs $45. Mac the ripper is free!

  3. John
    December 31, 2008

    I don’t work for anyone and I see right away that your free app does not convert to a usable playback format on the Mac. Other software is needed. The one mentioned above does it all (or at least claims to).

  4. Tim
    August 26, 2009

    You can do it all with the built in Disk Utility. I’ve done it.

    For instance, try these instructions:
    http://blog.smalldog.com/article/450/use-disk-utility-to-copy-cds-dvds

  5. Tim
    August 26, 2009

    Actually, just follow the instructions in Disk Utility help, which spell out everythihg to make it work.

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