[quote=Chetwood;2124442]Gosh, guys! How about reading the info in the thread and what comes with the software? The OP has said he is using the FREE version of DVDFab HD Decrypter which does NOT rip to ISO but only to ifo/vob.
So either you shell out the money for the full version that does rip to ISO or you gotta add another step by building an ISO with ImgBurn after ripping. Depends on your media center PC what is more convenient, I’m sure some of those can start a movie by double clicking on a folder with ifo/vobs in it which would be almost as good as having ISOs.
I suggested ripping to HDD in the first place because you can skip compressing the discs and have a 1 to 1 copy on your HDD instead.[/quote]
Actually, for some reason when I went to use DVDfab this morning, I simply clicked on the blue paper icon with the DVD graphic on it, and it popped up “Save as ISO” and I selected my folder to save to, and it seemed to work just fine. So unless I misunderstood, my version of DVDfab does give you the option to rip straight to an ISO file. I never paid for anything, and I made sure to download the free version, so maybe I’m either lucky, or I have a new version, ha. I have no idea.