WINX DVD Ripper Platinum - Attempting to rip Workout DVD

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#1

I’m attempting to rip a workout DVD using WINX DVD Ripper Platinum, but the DVD has two different workouts on them, and you have to choose which workout you want to do on the main menu.

But when I attempt to rip it, it only rips ONE of the two workouts. Is there
a trick or some strategy to get them both? Maybe separately? Thanks in advance!


#2

Have you tried ripping as an ISO file? This should give a perfect clone of the disc, minus the encryption.

There are a lot of software programs that can play ISO files directly. VLC media player is one.

What do you need as a final product? Are you going to burn to another disc, or are you going to play the files from something other than a stand alone DVD player?


#3

Thank you so much for the quick reply. Yes, I did, in fact rip it as an ISO file, but was looking for a way to play it without burning to a disc.

Is the VLC media player something easily downloaded for use? And is that the only (or best) option?

Thank you again!

[QUOTE=Kerry56;2756464]Have you tried ripping as an ISO file? This should give a perfect clone of the disc, minus the encryption.

There are a lot of software programs that can play ISO files directly. VLC media player is one.

What do you need as a final product? Are you going to burn to another disc, or are you going to play the files from something other than a stand alone DVD player?[/QUOTE]


#4

I’ll answer this one for Kerry56.
Yes VLC player is easy to find & download.

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html

Get the 64-bit one if you have a 64-bit OS.

Or you can even use VLC as a portable by downloading one of the no-installer packages.


#5

VLC is found here:

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

When you start VLC, click on Media–>Open File, then navigate to the ISO file. Very simple to use.

Edit: Cholla added a bit while I looked around for alternatives. VLC seems to be one of the better choices for ISO playback. The two other players I normally recommend have some issues with this type of file.


#6

And since we are in the Digiarty Software forum, I should also mention that their free media player, called 5KPlayer, can play ISO files made from DVD’s rather well.

There is an extra step involved in using it with ISO files. You click on Video in the main window of the 5KPlayer, which brings up a navigation window. Then, inside this window, at the end of the blank navigation line, you click on the little box that says Video File and has all the types of video files it supports in parentheses. Change that from Video File to All Files (.) and you will be able to find the ISO file and play it.


#7

I just purchased WinX DVD for the first time. In my first attempt to rip my first DVD it FAILED. I am posting here because it is a workout DVD (T25 - from Beach Bodies; the P90X original workouts). When I insert the DVD, it picks the right file (largest one), but when I go rip it, it is done is all of 2-5 secs. and it does not rip ANY of the file / section selected. I am sure that this is encrypted but before I purchased the software it indicated that it would work with encrypted DVD’s. HELP?!


#8

[QUOTE=algomez218;2758688]I just purchased WinX DVD for the first time. In my first attempt to rip my first DVD it FAILED. I am posting here because it is a workout DVD (T25 - from Beach Bodies; the P90X original workouts). When I insert the DVD, it picks the right file (largest one), but when I go rip it, it is done is all of 2-5 secs. and it does not rip ANY of the file / section selected. I am sure that this is encrypted but before I purchased the software it indicated that it would work with encrypted DVD’s. HELP?![/QUOTE]

Hi algomez218,

For some specially encrypted DVDs, please do as following:

Step 1. Please use your DVD Player (either your DVD player software or your stand-alone DVD player) to play the DVD. When it comes to the movie (main content), check the DVD title and record this title number.

Step 2. Then run WinX and choose “ Safe Mode" option in the main interface. Choose the same title number as you recorded in the File List Windows.

Or:explore the DVD VIDEO_TS folder you can locate the files you want to copy, make a note of the file number, then run DVD WinX select the same file number, adjust output settings to your requirements, press START

Please download the latest version.
Windows:
Download link: http://www.winxdvd.com/download/winx-dvd-ripper-pt.exe
Mac:
Download link: http://www.winxdvd.com/download/winx-dvd-ripper-for-mac.dmg

For more information, please visit:
Windows
http://www.winxdvd.com/dvd-ripper-platinum/backup-new-encrypted-dvd-tutorials.htm
Mac
http://www.winxdvd.com/dvd-ripper-for-mac/new-copy-protection-dvd-solution.htm

Could you please check following youtube video to learn how to find the right title?