[QUOTE=Hectic;2163657]I know this question has already been asked (numerous times), but I’ve never seen a definate, helpful answer, so I’m asking again in this thread.
Fengtao, I’ve been a registered user of Fab Platinum for 2+ years now and it is the BEST copy software I’ve ever used. However, I started to switch over to Blu-ray a few months ago and I would love to be able to rip my blu-ray movies (and eventually copy them as well). So is DVD Fab ever going to have BR support (that works)?
I don’t know exactly how AACS works but I know it’s more complicated than CSS, but AnyDVD HD is able to remove the AACS protection and keep up with the latest security, so it CAN be done. I was thinking about checking out AnyDVD HD to give me this ability, but with the HD functionality…IT COSTS OVER $100!!! No way in HELL I’m paying that!
This hasn’t become too big a problem yet, mainly for 2 reasons. 1. I still do buy DVD’s too; I only get Blu-rays when it is a movie that has a lot of visual effects or where HD is a must for details. 2. About half the blu-rays I do have come with digital copys anyway, so ripping them isn’t necessary. (Except for the ones that DON’T come with them!)
DVD’s are still the most popular/used format for movies right now, but the times are a changin’ and blu-ray is gaining more and more ground everyday. Eventually, DVD’s will be surpassed by Blu-ray, and when that happens, we’ll need some support for them![/QUOTE]
You can use the app you mention which has the ability to rip a bluray/(HD-DVD )(Rest in peace btw format) to your HDD. Only problem is: Takes too much space your talking about extracting a 40 GB disc… DVD is the best solution! Burning a Bluray disc image to a BD-R disc that cost 15 bucks is pointless. When retail is $20. If you want the bluray disc experience buy a upconvert DVD Player that supports 1080p resolution. I seen one of these action and, honestly? I can’t tell them apart.
DVD is here to stay UNLESS bluray disc media becomes as cheap as DVD recordable media. And, the bluray players hit the 50 dollars mark then maybe…bluray may win. If not, DVD will continue to be the winner!