Rip 2 images simultaneously?

Discussion in 'AnyDVD HD (UHD only)' started by BluRay444, Jun 21, 2019.

  1. BluRay444

    BluRay444 Member

    Can AnyDVD Image Ripper rip 2 different UHD ISOs simultaneously using 2 drives and 2 instances of Image Ripper on the same computer?

  2. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL & Mod

    Yup, and it's not limited to 2 either. It's only limit is the number of drives you have (so if you had 20, you could technically rip 20 discs at once)

    You only need to right click the tray icon and select the ripper option as many times as you want.

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  3. BluRay444

    BluRay444 Member

    Many thanks Ch3vr0n... Only have 2 UHD-friendly drives in any computer but 3 computers w UHDs... that will save me a lot of time next time I have a bunch of discs to rip- cheers!
  4. thetoad

    thetoad Well-Known Member

    I think my record for simultaneous bluray rips is 16 :)
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  5. BluRay444

    BluRay444 Member

    Wow, I'm such a slacker...
  6. testiles

    testiles Well-Known Member

    Wow! On the same computer?

    Just curious, are they all ripping to the same Hard Drive? If so, do you get decent transfer speed on all 16?


    I must be too! 3 is the best I've done --- so far.

  7. thetoad

    thetoad Well-Known Member

    generally rip to a RAID5 array. considering that some of my BR drives struggle to do 10MB/s its not really a struggle for the hard drive to keep up.

    With that said, the 16 isn't all from physical media. What I do a lot of time is make an image (across a bunch of linux machines) of the bluray (aacs encrypted iso) and then mount with an iso mounter tool and then let anydvd run. (say overnight). Sometimes anydvd doesn't have the key pre-determined for these iso's, so in those cases I make sure to stick the disc into the windows machine with anydvd and it calculates the key and then is able to use the iso in the iso mounter.