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I have done a bit of searching around the board for the answer to my question, but still havent found the exact answer.

Anything I have found about ripping content from DVD's points to either MacTheRipper, or Hand Brake, but I am looking for a different program.

Obviously if I knew the name of it, I wouldnt be here, but I cant quite remember the name.

It is a similar program to that of Hand Brake or MTR, but it's different in that you can rip TIME FRAMES (i.e. 3 minute 22 seconds to 5 minutes 12 seconds, on said DVD). It is a program that I think starts with an "A", but I could be wrong.

This was recommended to me by an employee of Best Buy, but for the life of me I cant remember what the name was.

Any help the members here can provide will be greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

**EDIT** The ripping that I am looking to do is of hollywood, copy righted material, but is completely legal for the organization I work for as it is used as educational curriculum.
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Try here. Don't know if that's what you're looking for or not.
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