Here's the application. We are seeing more and more networked media servers as folks get wired up, displays having media servers built-in, blu-ray players with media servers built in, add in media servers for several home theater devices, etc. Those media servers or playback devices can "use" lots of different formats depending on the device. Most can use .iso's, .mpg, some can use .vob's, etc., natively.
We don't need to do a major file conversion/compression to have the proper file to feed those media playback devices. We need simple ripping, converting, etc., to get to iso, mpg, vob, etc.
And again the pieces are already in place with DVD Fab. This is not technically a "new" feature. Just need to rearrange those pieces and the choices in the GUI. DVD to mpg, dvd to iso, whatever.....
And yes this same end result can be had using DVD Fab in the process and then some other software. I understand.
But why when all the pieces are already in place in DVD Fab?