[QUOTE=Kerry56;2579447]I only mentioned DVDFab since it has a free section, and if you’ve paid for MakeMKV’s blu ray ripping functions, you probably don’t want to invest in another. (I much prefer AnyDVD HD + BD Rebuilder).
I do have DVDFab installed, got it for free from GiveAwayoftheDay a while back, but it doesn’t seem to show much detail on the subtitles. It lets you select the subtitle stream by language, but forced subtitles are not mentioned on the movies I examined.
I always rip the full movie to the hard drive first, before trying to work with the video. Does MakeMKV have this option? Or will it only decrypt and convert to mkv files? Edit: Looks like it can: http://www.makemkv.com/faq/item/4[/QUOTE]
Im all about “free”…I was using DVDFab for a while and honestly I cant remember why I quit. Im still using the free version of MakeMKV. It seems its always in beta so its always been free. And yes it does decrypt. That is the way I use it, then I load it in BDRebuilder. If I remember correctly MakeMKV seemed a little faster that DVDFab.
But the down side of using that method is I cant figure out how to get my subtitles. If you never tried MakeMKV before give it a shot…pretty straight forward and quick.
I guees I might have to retreive my subs with MakeMKV but use another program (besides BDRebuilder) to compress movie…