General Rip/ISO Question

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by hamisht, Jan 13, 2019.

  1. hamisht

    hamisht Well-Known Member

    Does the level of protection effect the speed when ripping to ISO?

    Just curious, as i'm putting my Anime DVDs onto a hard drive for quicker viewing through a media player, and ripped through one series quite quickly (Bubblegum Crisis Tokyo 2040), about 10 minutes per disc to rip to ISO..

    Chucked in another series (Neon Genesis Evangelion), and its estimate is over an hour.. the first set was only Single Layer discs, and this set is Dual Layer, but would it really decrease that much in speed?
  2. rdgrimes

    rdgrimes Well-Known Member

    Dual layer discs usually trip a "rip lock" speed limiter in the DVD drive. This is partially due to the simple fact that DL discs are harder to read, and partially due to movie studios trying to mess with you.
    Some drives rip DL at 8x, some at 4x or 6x. The quickest ripping drives are usually the Liteon models, but some others also do well.
  3. Olloai35

    Olloai35 New Member

    Is it OK to use this software to make animes gotten from myanimelist and to DVD disc for saving and collecting?
    Or I find the wrong production to make it? Sorry I am a newcomer.
  4. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL

    Generally it's NOT recommended to rip DVD's to iso AT ALL with AnyDVD. There's a warning for a reason. If you must have an iso, use the iso function in CloneDVD2 with AnyDVD running in the background.

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