Yes the ‘Rip to Image…’ can be used on normal DVDs (in special circumstances), but it was made especially for Blu-ray/HD DVDs.
Wall E has a dodgy copy protection on it which requires the AnyDVD Ripper to properly clean it. Using the ‘Rip to Image…’ feature straight from this DVD is just crazy.
Rip to the hard drive with the AnyDVD Ripper and then burn with ImgBurn straight from the hard drive (without creating an ISO). It is basically the same process except this way you will know you will get a clean rip.
But suit yourself, if you want to be stubborn and go about things another way, ignore my advice.
Let me end with a quote from you:
Without using the AnyDVD Ripper on these sort of DVDs, the copy protection may still be there in various sorts.[/quote]
And i said if you have a R1 disc do what i did and its clean, case closed.