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Blu-ray Ripping on the Cheap

Deathspawner (1037894) writes | about 4 years ago

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Deathspawner (1037894) writes "In the earlier days of Blu-ray, getting a movie off of its disc and onto your PC was a complicated, and sometimes expensive ordeal. Today, both of those factors have changed, as it's now easier than ever to rip your Blu-ray movies and encode them into a more manageable format. Techgage takes a look at a couple of the better tools for getting the job done, and in addition to the fact that they couldn't be easier to use, they also happen to be available for free. That's right, $0.00 to rip your Blu-rays in any way you please."
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