I was looking for a Bluray ripper and Pavtube blu ray ripper had good reviews on a few sites that tested them… I downloaded a demo version and found it was definitly worth buying. One thing I liked about the demo version is that it ripped the whole movie, not just the first 2 minutes.
I checked out the Pavtube Blu-ray video converter ultimate (since another similar product was mentioned) and found that it also supports encrypted .tivo files by entering your MAK in the options. This really is a once stop program. I noticed in my testing that it is very fast and the quality is good also.
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I have been using other tools that don’t use both cores on my CPU, but this uses all of the cores, making performance better as well. This is also the most straightforward application I have found.
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