Try this combination:
1. Run AnyDVD 188.8.131.52 or the latest trial (Default settings) in the background.
2. Run VobBlanker 184.108.40.206 or the latest (Default settings) to rip the dvd to harddrive. Just click the process button, and don't touch anything else.
3. Once VobBlanker has finished, use DVD Shrink 220.127.116.11 to open up the vob, vts files stored on your harddrive by VobBlanker. Do a full movie including extras, features, subtitles, etc... with the automatic default compression level. Use Deep Analysis at least and if you prefer the additional performance enhancement options like sharpness, max sharpness, etc.... However, the process will take much longer if you enable these options. The quality is a lot better though with these options enabled.
All of the tools mentioned are freewares and trialware.