Mac DVDRipper Pro
Mac DVDRipper Pro
8.0.3

3.0

Mac DVDRipper Pro free download for Mac

Mac DVDRipper Pro

8.0.3
05 April 2019

Copy, backup, and convert your DVDs.

Overview

Mac DVDRipper Pro is the DVD backup solution that lets you protect your DVDs from scratches, save your batteries by reading your movies from your hard disk, manage your collection with just a few clicks, time-shift your rental, backup your DVD collection, and much more!

Mac DVDRipper Pro allows you to copy all your DVDs on your Mac so you can easily view them without having to spend your battery on spinning your optical drive. It analyzes the DVD and uses intelligent algorithms to ensure proper rips. It is the best at what it does, at an unbeatable price! And when using the disc image mode, you can also burn directly to another DVD from the application.

You can try it for free before buying, Mac DVDRipper Pro will work without any limitations for your first 5 rips.

What's new in Mac DVDRipper Pro

Version 8.0.3:
Fixed:
  • Bug with metadata
  • Possible crash

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Jomama7366
18 June 2010

Most helpful

This program is awesome. Unlike another program some of us know all-too-well (which feels like a social experiment designed to see just how far they can push your patience), this one "just works." It is a breath of fresh air. And the price is very fair. Highly recommended.
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Version 1.5.6
lucabn
03 November 2019
Works well but poor usability and insufficient documentation. I've spent more than $20 on it and yet they haven't come back to me from support.
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Version 8.0.3
Fsckthemembership!
15 January 2019
Help me to understand the function of the following and why this would be better than a 'free' application such as Handbrake or a 'paid' application like ffWorks...both of which have significantly smaller footprint:

AtomicParsley
HandBrakeCLI
mkisofs
traineddata

Thanks,

=:-\
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Version 8.0.1
OhEssex
01 January 2019
Eeek! This application is a staggering half gigaByte in size. Can the developer please respond why that is so?...
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Version 8.0
1 answer(s)
Miner
Miner
04 April 2019
Not the developer but: it is the software that performs the OCR on subtitles, in a wealth of languages.
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Fariborz
19 December 2018
I really wish this could also handle blu-ray discs. With all high resolution TVs everywhere who wants a DVD at home?!
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Version 8.0
3 answer(s)
Macinman
Macinman
20 December 2018
MakeMKV is a very nice application for blu-ray, and DVDs if you want this for ripping for local streaming. MakeMKV is $50, or you can use it free, but the free version has an expiration date. I've paid the $50, and find the program to be well worth the cost. Also, it's not limited to the Mac, so you can use the program, and the license you purchase on Linux, and Windows as well. FreeBSD may also be supported.
Like (4)
Fariborz
Fariborz
20 December 2018
Hello Macinman and thank you for your kind advice. I'll surely take a look at it. Thanks again and Happy Holidays.
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OhEssex
OhEssex
16 January 2019
Just bear in mind that makeMKV is *not* robust when it comes to subtitles. If your movies don't need subtitles then you should be OK. However, if you have e.g. a spy movie where two Russians briefly chat in their native language then those subtitles may or may not appear, and even when they do sometimes the subtitles continue on while English is being spoken. It's just totally unreliable and it ruins that kind of movie.
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NedC
09 October 2017
Loyal User and worked with the developer over the years to make this a great working product.
Like (3)
Version 7.0.4
Chrischram
20 August 2017
"DVDRemaster has been acquired by DVDSuki Software and will be merged into Mac DVDRipper Pro." That statement is from FIVE YEARS AGO! Five years later it still hasn't happened. I'm glad this product has a free trial. At least I'm not out 25 bucks for a piece of worthless software.
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Version 7.0.1
2 answer(s)
Y-Guy
Y-Guy
15 September 2017
Been using MDRP for years, great piece of software handles all of my DVDs without an issue.
Like (5)
Miner
Miner
07 December 2017
Why do you say it has not happened? The key features of DVDRemaster for the current day and age HAVE been integrated, I think.
I really like the product, as a owner of several versions of DVDMaster license, as well as the last 3 or 4 editions of MDRP.
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Madmeg
03 June 2017
Fast and intuitive. I've ripped several discs and so far so good. Ran into the naming issue mentioned in one of the other reviews and contacted support. They quickly replied that they are aware of it and it will be corrected in the next update.
Like (3)
Version 7.0
Northern-Steve
19 May 2017
I've used MDRP since (I think) v3 and have found it to be very effective. When I saw 'per action naming' in the spec for v7 I was keen to get the upgrade. However I can't get this feature to work. All my rips are still coming out as 'disk name + track number'. Has anybody had success with this?
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Version 7.0
2 answer(s)
Madmeg
Madmeg
03 June 2017
I asked support about this and they promise a fix for this bug. In the meantime, type in your preferred action name, but make sure you press "return" afterwards. Typing in the field, then clicking outside of it to exit causes it to ascribe the generic name to a rip.
Like (2)
DVDSuki Software Inc.
DVDSuki Software Inc.
19 July 2017
Fixed in v7.0.1.
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Zoidbert
16 May 2017
I would like to be able to purchase the update to the app via MacUpdate's Desktop App or via PayPal. The current method (via the fairly frequent emails I get from DVDSuki) only allows for purchasing the upgrade via their website, which is not a secured transaction website. Other than that, no complaints about this app. Haven't used it in a while but when I did it was pretty flawless in creating .dvdmedia files -- something I need as the subtitle/cc track is needed for my household.
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Version 7.0
Mebear
10 May 2017
I give this a 4 not a 5 because it offers even less control than earlier versions. The key missing element is DVD Remaster Pro, which I still use because the functions "built in" to Mac DVDRipper that "do the same thing" are useless. I wish they would update and re-issue DVD Remaster. It did was it did very well and still does as a stand alone app. Shame for buying it out and them discontinuing it.
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Version 7.0
1 answer(s)
Mebear
Mebear
19 May 2017
BTW, asked the same question in my comment to the support people - response not helpful or constructive. Will be looking more closely at MTR 5.
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