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iSkysoft DVD Ripper Pack


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Does iSkysoft DVD Ripper Pack for Mac do the job well?

Can it rip a DVD to open up from a folder as if the actual disc was in the Optical Drive?
Showing all the options and chapters.

Otherwise! other suggestions.
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I have iSkysoft DVD to iPhone converter, I can play the file created in Quicktime or iTunes.

Having used it to primarily put movies onto my iPhone, I unselected all the bonus features and menus, and just have it convert the movie. I will look into menu's and bonus features tonight.

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