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Entire DVD collection to view on TV via hard drive. File type?
tarkovsky
post Dec 2 2012, 12:12
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I have a large DVD movie collection that I would like to put onto a large hard drive and get rid of all the DVD's. I should note first that I would like to rip it all without compression. I am of course open to comments on this however.


I mainly want to go directly from my hard drive to my TV. I have had some luck with the VOB files in terms of playing them on my TV via hard drive, but the transitions are not always perfect. Images are convenient for ripping, and I can play them from my laptop to the TV, but this isn't the most convenient for me. I'd rather have them going straight from my hard drive. I also realize future TV could accept more (or perhaps less) file types.

In short, i'm looking for an easy way to rip DVD's as I have hundreds of them, and i'm open to any suggestions and discussion. I currently have a Samsung series 5 40 inch TV.

Thanks in advance.
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greynol
post Dec 2 2012, 17:33
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QUOTE (tarkovsky @ Dec 2 2012, 03:12) *
In short, i'm looking for an easy way to rip DVD's as I have hundreds of them, and i'm open to any suggestions and discussion.

Any and all comments must comply with TOS #9. Violation of this rule can and will result a loss of posting privileges.

That the OP may own the physical media or where he lives is completely irrelevant.

@Sunhillow:
Your post before you removed it was perfectly OK.

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