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Questionicon   So just what is RipIt anyway?
We're glad you asked! RipIt is the super simple tool you can use to make digital backups of your DVDs. RipIt d...


Questionicon   What are the system requirements?
To use RipIt, you must be on a Mac and have OSX 10.6 or higher. I'm sorry, there is no version of RipIt for 10...


Questionicon   What kind of discs can RipIt handle?
RipIt is good for commercial discs. We get through some of the tough copy protection, so you can enjoy your DV...


Questionicon   How long does a rip take?
RipIt will usually rip a disc within 35-40min. Compression can take longer depending on the video size.


Questionicon   Where do I report a disc that won't rip?
If you have a disc that just doesn't want to be ripped, please contact us. We'll order the disc for testing ju...


Questionicon   What kind of file do I get when I use RipIt?
RipIt uses a .dvdmedia extension. This is a neat bundled package of all your audio and video files which plays...


Questionicon   How do I get the Video_TS files after I already ripped to .dvdmedia?
If you're ripping to a .dvdmedia format, you can right click the folder to 'Show Package Contents' and you'll ...


Questionicon   So RipIt will copy my DVDs on to blank DVDs, right?
Nope! Sorry. You'll have to use burning software. Try DVD2One! As a warning, Toast works well with other produ...


Questionicon   Can RipIt extract just the main title or individual scenes from a DVD?...
Nope, RipIt focuses on being simple. So we only allow you to rip the entire disc. Menus, special features, pre...


Questionicon   How do I play my ripped file in iTunes?
If you do a regular or 'full' rip you will not be able to play the .dvdmedia file in iTunes as a little conver...