Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating Funimation's New Encryption

Postby sportsgirl1391 » Wed Feb 09, 2011 12:07 am

JudgeHolden wrote:
VicBond007 wrote:
The Origonal Head Hunter wrote:So only Macs can beat Funi at their own game?

Dammit...


It's do-able on a PC and the necessary software has been around for years. Yes, even for the fancy new stuff. I ripped Beck and Murder Princess in front of a "live studio audience" at a (con that I don't want to get in trouble) last year, and didn't even pay it any mind. Didn't realize I was letting people in on some big secret or I would have hammed it up more ;)


Ya, it's easire on a PC. I just rip them without thinking, even BRDs. :ying:


Wait on a mac you can rip a Bluray?
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating Funimation's New Encryption

Postby Athena » Wed Feb 09, 2011 1:50 pm

sportsgirl1391 wrote:Wait on a mac you can rip a Bluray?


Yes, you can. I successfully ripped the BDs of Macross Frontier and Wings of Honneamise without even booting into windows. You just need an external bluray drive and some specific programs.
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating Funimation's New Encryption

Postby sportsgirl1391 » Wed Feb 09, 2011 5:55 pm

Squirrel, Duke of Acorn wrote:
sportsgirl1391 wrote:Wait on a mac you can rip a Bluray?


Yes, you can. I successfully ripped the BDs of Macross Frontier and Wings of Honneamise without even booting into windows. You just need an external bluray drive and some specific programs.


Eh crap I am broke after just buying a mac. lol.
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Re: Attention Mac users (Beating New Encryption)

Postby miyabita » Tue Jan 28, 2014 12:06 pm

I used to use Mac the Ripper on my old laptop but recently switched to a Desktop computer. The version of MTR I was using no longer works with my new Mac. I don't mind paying for a newer version of MTR, but the process of purchasing it seems unnecessarily complicated. I've looked around at different forums for answers on a DVD Ripper that works as well as MTR, but I wanted to ask Mac users here if there was anything they personally recommend? Or should I just go through the process of purchasing MTR?
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