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The best free DVD rippers 2020: copy all your discs quickly and easily

With a free DVD ripper, you can back up your movie collection and save it digitally for easy and convenient streaming around your home.

The best free DVD ripper is Handbrake – an open source tool that can save movies in virtually any format, with no limits on the number of files you can back up, or the length of the videos. However, it can't handle discs protected by DRM, so we've also gathered together a collection of other free DVD rippers with different feature sets, so you can choose the best one for you.

Some DVD rippers are better suited to ripping movies, keeping subtltles, menus and other details intact, while others work best for ripping other data.

Just remember to make sure to check intellectual property law in your country first before you rip those DVDs. Much like CDs, there are no international copyright laws that cover free DVD rippers, so make sure it's legal where you live.

The best DVD ripper overall is WinX DVD Ripper Platinum
If you're interested in backing up your DVD collection and don't want to be held back by time restrictions or slow processing, WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is the best tool we've tried. It isn't free like the tools below, but you get a lot for your money, and it can even handle discs that are encrypted, region-locked or unplayable. It can create videos files for playback on virtually any device too, with handy preset profiles so you can watch your favorite movies on a phone or tablet.

1. HandBrake

Rip DVDs and convert videos to any format

Operating system: Windows, macOS, Linux

Rips DVDs and converts video files
Can queue up multiple conversions
Includes ready-made presets

HandBrake is not only a free DVD ripper (or video transcoder, as it prefers to be known) but also open source, so it's totally free in every sense of the word.

More than a decade in the making, the software finally reached version 1.0.0, It is – or at least looks – a little more complicated that some of the others we're looking at here, but don’t let that put you off. By default there's no support for bypassing copy-protection, but this is something you can get around with a little research (bearing in mind IP laws in your country).

As with other programs, there are a number of presets ready for you to choose from, but you can also manually tailor each ripping session if you prefer. If you're working with ISO images or disc folders, it's possible to queue up multiple encoding jobs to run consecutively to save having to be around when each finishes. The sheer level of control makes HandBrake well worth a try.

Read our full HandBrake review

2. Freemake Video Converter

DVD ripping made easy, with step-by-step instructions

Operating system: Windows

Can rip a whole DVD or just parts
Ready made device profiles
Some features require activation

Freemake is a name synonymous with powerful, high quality freeware, and Freemake Video Converter doesn't let the side down. Its free DVD ripper boasts a clean, clear interface is a joy to use, and you're never left feeling in any doubt about what you're meant to do.

Fire up the software, switch to the DVD section and choose your drive from the list. After disc analysis you'll need to indicate which of the video track you're interested in. You can even take things a step further and clip out segments of a video to rip rather than grabbing the whole thing. Shortcuts at the bottom of the screen provide access to popular output formats (AVI, MKV, device-specific formats); just make your selection, hit 'Convert', and you're done.

Unfortunately, although it doesn't contain extra bundled software, the latest version of Freemake Video Converter adds a watermark to ripped videos. If you can live with that, it's one of the most convenient DVD rippers around.

Read our full Freemake Video Converter review

3. MakeMKV

Rip DVDs and Blu-rays without any awkward configuration

Operating system: Windows, macOS

Few customization options

If you've used free DVD ripping software before, MakeMKV might look a little familiar – it bears more than a passing resemblance to DVD Decrypter. As well as handling DVDs, the program, is also capable of ripping Blu-ray discs, and the process works in exactly the same way in each case (although it's worth noting that Blu-ray ripping is only be free while the program is in beta).

The great thing about MakeMKV is that there is so little to think about. Fire up the program, analyze your disc, choose which of the track you would like to rip, indicate where the output file should be saved, and then hit the 'Make MKV' button. That's really all there is to it. There's no messing about, no complex configuration – just analyze, rip and go. 

Read our full MakeMKV review

4. DVDFab HD Decrypter

Limited options, but handy if you need to rip a DVD in a hurry

Operating system: Windows

Save movies in their original formats
Few customizable settings
Only ripping component is free

DVDFab is an unusual case. The full DVDFab suite isn't free of charge, but its DVD ripping component is. When you download the software, it installs as a trial version, but the DVDFab HD Decrypter – which you need for DVD and Blu-ray ripping – remains free forever.

The free portion is rather limited, allowing you to rip discs in Full Disc or Main Movie modes only. This means that the free version is nowhere near as versatile as the other programs we've covered here, but it still has its place.

For example, it can be useful if you want to extract the video files from a disc and maintain their original formats when transferring them to your hard drive. You're then free to import the files into another program for further work if you want, or just use your favorite DVD software to watch the videos without the need for a disc to be inserted.

Read our full DVDFab HD Decrypter review

When you install the free version of WinX DVD Ripper, you'll notice that it's actually the Platinum Edition in trial mode. This lacks a few of the features found in the premium version (mainly speed-related and a couple of specific DRM cracks), but you'll still have a powerful DVD ripper on your hands that you can use indefinitely.

WinX DVD Ripper can be used to rip directly from DVDs, but it also works with ISO images, and folders of DVD files. Once your input has been analyzed – a process that doesn't take long – you can take your pick from a raft of ready made profiles. These profiles help you to quickly output a video that's suitable for playback on specific mobile devices or, say, ideal for uploading to Facebook

You can choose to rip the built-in subtitles or embed your own, and you can select which audio tracks should be included; it's all beautifully simple and pleasingly fast. The software's confusing marketing might lead you to believe it can only rip five minutes of video, but after much research we can confirm that isn't the case.

Read our full WinX DVD Ripper Free Edition review

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How WinX DVD Ripper Platinum Can Make Saving Your Precious Memories A Snap

We’ve all been there; a smudge or a scratch has ruined the last remaining DVD copy of a family birthday party, wedding, or important event such as a graduation. The memories are gone for good.

For some people, preserving memories backing up important home movie DVDs is a priority. Just about any basic laptop is now powerful enough to “rip” a home DVD, and external hard drives are cheap and can hold hundreds of hours of footage. And creating an archive of videos is no harder than creating a library for photo albums and a safe storage place for the negatives.

Unfortunately, there’s a downside. To get a copy of the movie data off a disc and on to your computer for storage or archiving, you need what is known as a “DVD ripper”. This is a piece of software that can be downloaded from the Internet. The problem is in finding the right software.

Before we get stuck into discussing what is the right DVD ripper software for you, it is worth noting that in Australia, making copies of commercial DVDs (such as films) is illegal, even for personal use, so don’t do it! The DVD-ripping software itself is perfectly legal, however, and, of course, you’re allowed to “rip” and make as many copies of your own home movie footage as you like. If you are considering downloading DVD ripping software, it should be for this purpose alone.

The best-known is not necessarily the best

When it comes to DVD ripper software, there are a number of options on the market. Some of the most popular ones are completely free to download and use, such as Handbrake,  but as the old adage goes “you get what you pay for.” Often, those free tools are complex to use, slow in DVD conversion or has limited output formats. 

For general ease of use, the best alternative is WinX DVD Ripper Platinum.

Ease of use and versatility are the hallmarks of WinX DVD Ripper Platinum. It has an easy-to-follow UX that looks and feels much like most other commercial pieces of software you may use.

It also has a comprehensive feature set. WinX DVD Ripper Platinum comes with 210 different video codecs – the most available on any DVD ripper software. There are also 350 pre-set profiles. This means that any device that you own – whether it be iPhone, iPad, Xbox, PlayStation, or PC, you can set the software to rip the DVD specifically for it and its screen.

WinX DVD Ripper Platinum also has some advanced technology that allows users to save scratched or heavily worn discs – perfect for those very old DVDs that you’re really worried about losing.

Finally, WinX DVD Ripper Platinum typically takes less than 10 minutes to copy an hour’s worth of DVD footage, and won’t push the CPU processor – the maximum temperature will be 34C. That means you’ll be able to do other things on your computer while WinX DVD Ripper Platinum works its magic. Read our review.

WinX DVD Ripper Platinum stands out

The biggest name among the free DVD ripping tools is Handbrake. For years now, Handbrake has been the go-to for advanced users that want to archive their DVD-based footage and home movies.

So let’s compare the user experience.

On loading Handbrake up, you are presented with something like what you’ll see below. On the screen there is option after option, window after window, and tab after tab. It very much looks like advanced software, and for most users, before you’re able to copy the contents of a DVD to the computer, you’re going to need to dig around in the help documentation, or look up some tutorials online. 

WinX DVD Ripper Platinum offers a completely different experience. Once the software is loaded you are presented with a simple, visually accessible menu screen, and an easy-to-follow three-step set of instructions for copying a DVD. Simply insert your home DVD and press the button on the top left, and you are just about done. No need for tutorials or help guides for this one.

Supported DVDs: You’ll face some other challenges in trying to use Handbrake to archive your DVDs, too. For example, Handbrake struggles to read and copy DVDs that are old, scratched, or damaged.

Output Formats: The software is also limited in the number of file formats that it can export. It will rip to an MP4 format, which will be sufficient for many devices, but if you want to watch your footage on a device that doesn’t support MP4, your other options are limited.

Video Quality: Perhaps most significantly, Handbrake only keeps DVD video quality to around 70 per cent of what’s on the disc. In many cases, home DVDs already have poor quality footage, because they were shot on older, outdated cameras, or were perhaps transferred from VHS to DVD. That loss of 30 per cent to the footage quality can make a substantial difference to the viewing experience.

An alternative to Handbrake for anyone looking to simply create an archive of their home movies should considerWinX DVD Ripper Platinum because it is easier to use, and its feature set makes it far more versatile for those discs that have suffered from the passage of time. 

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