Rip DVDs with this lightning-fast Mac app


Rip DVDs on Mac into digital versions with this $31.97 tool.
Put old DVDs on your Mac in minutes with this $31.97 ripper.
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Still got a stack of DVDs gathering dust in the garage? Far too many of us throw them away or dump them at the thrift store, assuming it’ll be too much of a timesuck to convert them to digital format. If you’re using default Mac software, you’re probably right — but not if you’re using a great Mac DVD ripper.

With a license to MacX DVD Ripper Pro, you can put that old video on your digital screen for good with surprising speed. Plus, you can even improve upon the original — all for less than $32 through February 18.

MacX DVD Ripper Pro: Archive old videos

You don’t need to be a pro video producer to use MacX DVD Ripper Pro, either. Just put in your old disc, and the interface walks you through the process of converting those movies or clips to your choice of popular digital formats like MPEG4, MP4 and MOV.

Full movies can be converted in as little as five minutes while still keeping an FPS speed of up to 320, more than twice that of free converters like Handbrake.

Save damaged DVDs (and edit them, too)

With this Mac DVD ripper, it’s possible to save DVDs you thought you’d never see again. It can work with copy-protected discs and even salvage some damaged DVDs. Once you’ve got your video, you can use the software as an editor, adjusting the parameter settings, cropping frames and adding subtitles. You can even extract audio and images with MacX DVD Ripper Pro.

In addition, you can stitch together multiple videos or cut out short segments and upload them to YouTube or other popular sites, all from one hub. Given this DVD ripper’s capabilities, it’s no wonder why one verified user raved: “Very easy to use. Love the simplicity and final results of my ripped DVD. ”

Save on a lightning-fast DVD ripper for Mac

You have until February 18 at 11:59 p.m. Pacific to grab a lifetime family license to MacX DVD Ripper Pro for up to five devices for just $31.97. No coupon necessary.

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