Why would anyone want to rip a DVD into mkv format other than its native file? All you have to do is duplicate a VIDEO_TS folder and it will play just like a DVD player retaining all the original extra materials as well as sound (Dolby Stereo, Dolby 5.1 Surround), subtitles, and chapters. I haven’t use DVDfab in a while but version 8190 allows you to rip DVD and also Blu-Ray (m2t, mts, mkv). The newer versions would not rip BD unless it is paid, but I believe you can still copy 1:1 DVD discs.
Very simple question, I have used DvDFab to copy a DVD to my NAS drive MyBookDUO and watched it on my WDTVLive box.
If I rip the DVD as VOB it is fine, but if I rip it as .mkv I get a banner on the tv when I play the movie - DVDfab.com.
Has anybody seen this, is it because I am using the trail version of DVDFab