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Mac DVD ripping: DVDRipper Pro, RipIt updates released

18 August 2012 2,560 views No Comment

Two of most popular apps in the Mac DVD ripping space are offering updates, which is good should you find yourself in the need.

Is there still a big need to get movies and other video content off shiny plastic disks? Not so much here, but the two of most popular apps in the Mac DVD ripping space are offering updates, which is good should you find yourself in the need.

DVDSuki Software has released Mac DVDRipper Pro 3.4 (release notes), which comes to market with more than just bug fixes:

• Added Japanese QuickStart
• Fixed a small memory leak
• Added preference for auto-import into iTunes
• Added ~100 dvds to the internal database

Mac DVDRipper Pro sells for $19.95 and a five-rip trial is also available.

For their part, Little App Factory has released RipIt 1.6.6, which includes only bug fixes.

That said, once upon a time, Daring Fireball John Gruber espoused the virtues of RipIt. Now, he’s touting Mac DVDRipper Pro.

Which Mac DVD ripper do you use?

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