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|Posté le: Sam 9 Juin - 09:59 (2018) Sujet du message: Why is ripping DVDs difficult?
I'm use Handbrake occasionally to rip DVDs from my collection for viewing on my Apple TVs, iPads, etc. I notice that every time I choose a DVD to rip, HB has to scan through 20-40 different "titles" and guess which one contains the actual movie in the correct order vs the "dummy" titles or the out-of-order titles, etc. I know these titles are inserted into the directory structure in an attempt to fool ripping software such as HB, but my question is why does this fool ripping software but not a "normal" DVD player like a Toshiba set-top unit, a PlayStation, or heck, even Apple's built-in DVD Player software? Why can't ripping software just emulate a player?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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