Since you're asking for DVDs you own, I'll answer thisOriginally Posted by TBaGZ
It can, but it needs libraries that aren't included by default for legal reasons. You either need to find those libraries and place them in the proper place or use another application to decrypt the disc first and then point handbrake at the decrypted version on your hard drive.
For my niece's birthday, I bought a copy of Warhorse, put it on my PC, launched Handbrake, chose iPad preset, chose chapters, hit start and five hours later it finished encoding the DVD and I was able to synch it to her iPad. The file was a whopping 2.3Gigs in size. I've been doing this very simple process now for the last three weeks. I have not found any need for libraries or decryption.Originally Posted by joeyteel
5 hours for a file to be played on an iPad. It should not be taking anywhere near that long. Remember, the tiny screen of an iPad cannot do justice so super high quality rips. And 2.3 GB for a DVD rip is a terrible waste. If you play around a bit you'll find decent quality at smaller file sizes and lower rip times. JFYI, though.Originally Posted by MattIM
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So the first movie I did came out to be 3.75gb... what setting do I need to change to compress it more? These are just cartoons for my daughter so the quality doesn't need to be perfect, just good.
Doesn't need to be great but it needs to be decent.