AnyDvd HD Blu Ray to ISO

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (Blu-ray issues)' started by Spotniq, Jan 28, 2019.

  1. Spotniq

    Spotniq New Member

    Can AnyDvd HD convert Blu Ray to ISO? I saw an old post from 2016 that stated you need to right click on the fox icon and click on rip to image.. but this option does not come up when I right click on the fox icon on the upper left hand corner. was this removed by chance? thank you
  2. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    Right-click on the Redfox icon that's in your system tray (or notification area) at the right of the taskbar which is usually (by default) at the bottom of the screen in Windows.

    I say usually because you can customize the taskbar to appear elsewhere ....

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  3. Spotniq

    Spotniq New Member

    Ahhh... thank you! I was right clicking the fox icon on the actual window :)
  4. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    No problem!

    Glad you got it working.

  5. jonghotti

    jonghotti Active Member

    What is the difference between Rip To Image and Rip Video Disc To Hard Disc? Thank you.
  6. just curious

    just curious Well-Known Member

    Rip To Image = Creates a .iso of the Blu ray or 4k disc you are ripping
    (NOTE: Do NOT use "Rip To Image" with Dvds - Use "Rip Video Disc To Hard Disc" instead)

    Rip Video Disc To Hard Disc = Creates hard drive folders from the disc you are ripping
    (Note: Main use is for ripping Dvds & regular Blu ray discs. For 3D Blu ray you MUST use "Rip To Image" to create a .iso!)
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  7. jonghotti

    jonghotti Active Member

    Thank you very much!
  8. Cybernut

    Cybernut Member

    I have been using Rip To Image for DVDs...never had any issues with the resulting ISO in my 13-14 years of using AnyDVD.
  9. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL

    Perhaps, but that doesn't mean it's the right way to do things. Creating an ISO of a DVD with the anydvd ripper will keep certain protections intact and into the ISO (like structural protection), which may cause playback problem. It's not guaranteed there will be problems but there's an increased chance.

    If you must have a DVD ISO, use the Clonedvd function.

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  10. mbarnstijn

    mbarnstijn Well-Known Member

    Hi, @Ch3vr0n, if you use an external ripper like ImgBurn to make a DVD ISO, is the result any different than using the internal AnyDVD rip to image function? My guess is it's not. Hmm. Maybe I ought to go back and redo some DVD rips with CloneDVD.
  11. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL

    It'll be the same, structural protection (fake title sets) can't be removed on the fly. They need to be actively removed through reauthoring which is what Clonedvd does in a way. It only copies the valid titles into the ISO.

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  12. mbarnstijn

    mbarnstijn Well-Known Member

    Maybe I can mount those DVD ISOs and see if they contain the structural protections, so I only re-rip those that need it.

    Will AnyDVD detect that in a ripped ISO mounted with VCD?
  13. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    Good question.

    I was wondering that myself.