1. Download DVDShrink.
2. Rip out the scenes you want using DVDShrink. It is very user-friendly, and it creates VOB files. You can ignore the rest of the files.
3. (Optionally) Use ffmpeg (or ffmpegX for Mac) to compress the VOB files.
4. Use Nero or Toast to author and burn the files to DVD.
Use DVD Decrypter 184.108.40.206
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- Insert DVD into DVD drive.
- Open DVD Decrypter
- From the main menu, select "Mode" > "IFO I".
- In the "Source" window, select the DVD drive.
- DVD Decrypter will start searching for a valid DVD and present a list of information
- In the "Destination" window, select a folder or drive to store the video.
- In the "Input" window, there is one or more "PGCs". These correspond to the main menu chapter selection in the DVD.
- Select the PGC you require.
- Below it, there is a list of "Chapters". These correspond to the submenu or chapters.
- Check the chapters you want. Uncheck the chapters you do not want.
- Click on the picture with an arrow pointing from a DVD to a Hard Disk.
- DVD Decrypter will start transferring the selected video to the Hard Disk.
- When the transfer is successful, there will be a happy tune.
- If you hear a sad tune or "Oh no...", it means your DVD is corrupted or protected. Stop here and respect copyrights. Otherwise continue...
- Close DVD Decrypter.
- Open the folder which you selected as the destination folder.
- You will see a file that looks like "VTS_01_1.VOB"
- Rename the file by changing the ".VOB" into ".MPG".
- You now have an MPEG2 video clip. Play it and see.
- You can now edit this MPEG2 video clip by using a video editing software
VideoReDo. VideoReDo extracts chapters from DVDs. You can also try
Cinematize - a DVD extraction tool you can use to easily extract a clip or segment off of any DVD, even a complex one, and save it in a format compatible with standard movie and audio editing software. Save audio and video tracks separately, or together as MPEG-2 or QuickTime movie files
DVD43 3.9.0 - an on-the-fly decryption layer for Windows
DVD Decrypter 220.127.116.11 - the most versatile ripper out there
DVDFab Decrypter 18.104.22.168 - simple ripper that's always updated to handle copy protection by disc corruption mechanisms.
vStrip 0.8f_css - outdated, old-style (brute force) ripper, has many features and is the only open source solution
On the Mac side there is software called Forty-two v1.6. Forty-two v1.6 is the easiest way to convert a DVD into either an AVI movie, a folder of ready to burn bin/cues for VCDs and SVCDs or a ready to burn DVD disk image on Mac OS X.
Last update: 09:04 PM Friday, December 29, 2006