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Mac DVD Ripper Pro 4 brings batch processing, new UI

5 November 2012 2,016 views 2 Comments

Copy your precious DVDs, put them on a shelf and enjoy — that's the premise behind Mac DVDRipper Pro and there's a new version with new features…

Life is a batch and, when you can queue a bunch of tasks and walk away, that’s a very good thing™. Copy your precious (and easily scratched) DVDs, put them on a shelf and enjoy — that’s the premise behind Mac DVD Ripper Pro and there’s a new version with fresh features.

Mac DVD Ripper Pro 4 (release notes)
— Batch ripping support
— New, better user interface that’s Retina ready
— Incorporate up to two audio tracks in Rip and Convert mode
— Ability to pause rips
— Requires a Mac with DVD drive running OS X 10.6 or later

A full license of Mac DVDRipper Pro 4 sells for $24.95 (limited time offer, $49.95 SRP) and existing license holders can upgrade for the low, low price of $6.95. If you want to try before you buy, get the five DVD free trial — Redbox is calling you…

Which DVD ripper do you use? I use RipIt, but it’s getting a bit long in the tooth…

What’s your take?

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