DDV ro ipad 3 ripper

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    Hello every one,

    I just got my new ipad3, and when I mean new, I mean new. This is my first apple product ever. So far, I am amazed that I haven't had one before. I love it. With that being said, I have a ton of DVDs that I would like to rip but I need some help with finding the right one. From the research that I have done, Winx has come up a lot so I went ahead and purchased it. I had issues the first night and I emailed customer support but I did not get a response till the next day and they didn't do anything to help me. I am going to ask them for a full refund when I do.

    Can anyone please recommend something to me? From doing my research I can't find a clear choice. Pleas help!!!!
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    Handbrake.

    Sent from my 3rd Gen iPad using iPF app
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    Handbrake takes forever to convert dvds, i find format factory a lot easier to use and it coverts a lot quicker than handbrake, also its free
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    If you have a windows box, I've used Magic DVD Ripper for several years. It was like $30 when I bought it, but it has more than paid for itself.
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    On average, how long does it take to rip a DVD?
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    Use Handbrake. Works great on my iMac (8GB RAM, 2.66 GHZ). Average rip time. 90 minutes.

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