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Full user review
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
I've had very little problem getting RipIt to rip it: however, most of my rips, when burned to dick (these *are* back-up copies, which means I use them instead of the originals) won't play in stand-alone DVD players.
It's to the point where, despite having paid for RipIt, I depend on FairMount: no matter how long it takes, the results are always satisfactory.
That said, it's a totally gorgeous pgm, clearly a lot of work has been put into it, and I know the devs are devoted to their product. Time will tell.