RipIt
RipIt
1.6.9

4.1

RipIt free download for Mac

RipIt

1.6.9
13 June 2016

Gets your movies off DVD and onto your Mac.

Overview

RipIt gets your movies off the disc and onto your Mac, where it's easier to find, organize and play them.

Why Rip Your DVDs?
  • Use your laptop longer: Laptops use a lot more juice when they're spinning a DVD and a hard drive.
  • Easily organize your movies: Moving files around on your computer is a lot easier than alphabetizing shelves full of DVDs.
  • Find movies faster: Use your Mac's built in search tool, Spotlight, to find a movie in your collection... instantly.
  • Peace of mind: Movies stored safely in your computer can't get lost, scratched or broken.
  • Simplify entertainment on-the-go: Why carry around bulky DVD cases or disc wallets when you don't have to?

What's new in RipIt

Version 1.6.9:

Note: This update must be downloaded manually.

  • Fixed an issue with disc identification - now OS X 10.9 only

230 RipIt Reviews

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G4jay
10 February 2009

Most helpful

The developer of MTR could learn a lesson from these RipIt folks. This is how to properly publish a DVD ripping application for the Mac. You make some software and you sell it. Simple as that. No taking "donations" from people only to hold off on development of the software because of a divorce. Real tech support too. Not bashing the innocent in forum threads.
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Version 1.2.1
Brightshade
09 October 2016
Used to be very reliable, but version 1.6.9 crashed constantly and is unusable under Sierra.
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Version 1.6.9
Dbcurry
13 June 2016
Does The Little App Factory have an explanation why version 1.6.9 must be downloaded manually? This plus their news page* being full of spam makes me very suspicious. * http://thelittleappfactory.com/news/
Like (6)
Version 1.6.9
7 answer(s)
Rubberchicken
Rubberchicken
16 June 2016
News has been corrupted for quite a while. I don't feel confident downloading anything from them.
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Rubberchicken
Rubberchicken
16 June 2016
Facebook page is hacked as well, the URLs listed on there go to spam sites
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Rubberchicken
Rubberchicken
14 July 2016
And I emailed them about this with no reply.
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Rubberchicken
Rubberchicken
23 January 2017
Website is still corrupted with spam. I'm just deleting the app now.
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Hippeman
Hippeman
19 July 2017
As of July 2017 the website seems fine to me, even with my ad blocker turned off.
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Creidenouer
Creidenouer
21 July 2017
I've owned the app for a couple of years and it works great. The site? Stick a fork in it, it's done. Too bad.
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Creidenouer
Creidenouer
26 July 2017
I noticed when trying to copy a DVD, it tries to connect to http://discident.com (I block connection with little snitch). This site has a simple message "Please upgrade to Mac DVDRipper Pro, the best Mac DVD ripper.". Looks like that's not a bad app https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/31118/mac-dvdripper-pro
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Moebian73
09 June 2016
Today I was burning a backup of 2 DVDs & all it says on the DVD image in the app's window is "Upgrade to macdvdripper" instead of the title of the movie. I've had this purchased for awhile now, anyone having this problem?
Like (2)
Version 1.6.8
3 answer(s)
Mistersquid
Mistersquid
09 June 2016
My guess is the endpoint RipIt queries when "Use DiscIdent to find titles" is checked in the "General" tab of the preferences now returns the ad instead of the disk title.

This is creepy and weird.
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Cyberfox
Cyberfox
09 June 2016
It looks like DiscIdent (discident.com) has either been hacked, or has given up the ghost. :( In fact, though, it hadn't been resolving titles particularly well for a bit, at least for me in RipIt.
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Moebian73
Moebian73
09 June 2016
Thank you guys. Use Discident was checked, I just unchecked it. I didn't check it though, must have done it by itself. Ripit is haunted. :)
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Strider72
07 February 2016
Can anyone comment how well it handles subtitles? I prefer "soft" subtitles that can be turned on or off. (Some apps do "hard" subtitles, where the text is added to the image and can't be turned off while viewing.)
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Version 1.6.8
Jazzyguy
09 January 2015
This Application is great.It is now configured for Yosemite and it works well. I like it better than MSRP.
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Version 1.6.8
1 answer(s)
WetNet
WetNet
04 April 2016
Jazzy guy < moron. . .
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ben-24
03 January 2015
Crashes on Launch. OS 10.6.8 Looking for a better application now to backup my DVDs. Any suggestions?
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Version 1.6.8
3 answer(s)
JamesHarrisPhoto
JamesHarrisPhoto
08 January 2015
Mac DVDRipper Pro is the best one I've used.
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carypetterborg
carypetterborg
16 April 2015
Makemkv works for almost everything I've ever thrown at it. I have a library of over 800 DVDs and BluRays. Of those, there are maybe 25 that didn't work. I had to sometimes use another computer because of the DVD drive compatibility, but all BluRays have worked that I've tried, even 3D (though the conversion of the file to a 3D capable video file is still a problem to get right, it still rips them fine). In combination with Handbrake and Plex, I now have a library of almost 800 movies that I can stream in HD to anywhere on the internet. No more searching for the disk, I just connect to the Plex server and choose the movie I want to watch.
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Macinman
Macinman
18 April 2015
I Have a few apps I use, I own MacDVDRipper Pro, iFFmpeg, Aurora blu-ray copy etc. Usually I make a DRM free iso of the disk with Aurora find the movie file, and convert it to mkv with iffmpeg, and place it on the dedicated server powered by linux. If i do a DVD movie, I usually just use handbrake directly on the server. I bought MRDP when handbrake found disks it couldn't deal with, that seems to be getting better as time progresses.

As far as MakeMKV, i've tried it, but it's nice not to have to buy another app, if the ones you already have get the Job done :) I too use Plex Media Server, and Serviio media server, they work better for specific devices, hence why i use both.
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H3L0
27 September 2014
This in it's day was the top app to back up my DVD collection. Now days just like DVD's it's just Obsolete. If the dev's would add Blue Ray support then it would be worth buying.
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Version 1.6.8
Rsmacupdate
05 September 2014
I have purchased this and thus am an owner and user and have been for a while. Since v1.6.8 crashes on start up and it seems the developer has not responded so after commenting to solicit a response from the developer, I am reluctantly going to give it the rating a crashing app without apparent support deserves... a zero, however, zeroes are not possible so I rated it a 0.5 until they get this fixed. I am now back to using 1.6.6 until they get this fixed.
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Version 1.6.8
Tom11
01 September 2014
Crashes on Launch. OS 10.6.8
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Version 1.6.8
1 answer(s)
evolveø8
evolveø8
04 September 2014
crashing repeatedly here too on 10.6.8
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Rsmacupdate
29 August 2014
I'll just comment for now to give the developer a chance to fix the problem before I give a rating. v1.6.8 crashes whenever I try to start it on Mac OS X 10.8.5 just as it has been doing for others here. As far as I can tell the developer has not commented on it yet. I will be staying with 1.6.6 for now.
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Version 1.6.8
1 answer(s)
Krystof-Vasa
Krystof-Vasa
09 September 2014
You all understand that MU.com often lists the apps without the developer's knowledge and hence the developer usually doesn't check here for comments and that he hence has no way of responding? When you have an issue with an app, contact the developer - this is not a support forum...
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$24.95

4.1

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.9.0 or later
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