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DVD to MP4 - Very slow


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Hi,

1st post so hello hello...

Anyhoo... I'm wanting to copy my DVD collection to my external HD to then stream to the PS3 so it needs to be encoded in MP4 or H264.

I used Mactheripper to copy the DVD and was advised to use Hanbreak to convert the file but handbreak is taking over a day (24 hours +) to convert the file so I know I will tire of doing the entire back catalog of DVD's. Can anyone offer some advice or tips in speeding things up.

Cheers,

Will
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Originally Posted by milfredo View Post
Hi,

1st post so hello hello...

Anyhoo... I'm wanting to copy my DVD collection to my external HD to then stream to the PS3 so it needs to be encoded in MP4 or H264.

I used Mactheripper to copy the DVD and was advised to use Hanbreak to convert the file but handbreak is taking over a day (24 hours +) to convert the file so I know I will tire of doing the entire back catalog of DVD's. Can anyone offer some advice or tips in speeding things up.

Cheers,

Will
You should try iSquint/VisualHub...

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It was slow on my mac book, but its a lot lot faster on my mac pro
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Folks, there is a sticky at the top of this forum, I suggest you all read it. For your convenience, I have included a link below:

Mac-Forums.com - Announcements in Forum : Movies and Video

Just to break it down for you - we do not allow discussion of DVD ripping here, PERIOD. This includes discs you already own.

Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!

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