DVD Rebuilder Pro
Arcsoft Total Media Theater
I’ve had a few others in the past but didn’t upgrade when it was possible, like my copy of Nero. Quit using that program at version 7.
I generally use free software, but there are a few tasks that work better with commercial programs, especially for those that need constant updates like decrypters.
It should be noted that “lifetime” with TMT and PowerDVD is lifetime of the software version, with an offer to upgrade for a small fee when a new version is released. AnyDVD HD and DVDRebuilder Pro were true, lifetime purchases, with free updates. There has been no development on DVDRebuilder Pro in many years though, so you are still somewhat at the mercy of the company, or in this case, the individual programmer.