[QUOTE=Organdude;2107162]I’ve always had really good results using DVDFab’s “[B]Main Movie[/B]” feature.
By copying only the movie with one audio track, there’s a lot less that needs to be compressed. Depending on the DVD, I often can get an entire movie on a single DVD5 at 100%, without any compression.
If you’re looking for good picture quality and aren’t into the bells-and-whistles that are part of every DVD (director’s commentary, subtitles, previews, etc.), don’t copy them.
DVDfab does not yet have an option to trim unwanted start & end frames, but dvdshrink does. So if you rip main movie to HD with fab, then reauthor with shrink you can often get back up to 100% e.g. by removing up to 5 minutes of end credits ( assuming you don’t need to know who the assistant wardrobe’s assistant teamaker was ! ).
then burun with imgburn or whatever your preferred burn program is.