Time marches forward and leaves casualties in its wake. As internet bandwidth grows and Wi-Fi proliferates, everything we need to keep our Macs, iPhones, and iPads going is available as a download.
Who suffers as the technology changes? Movies on DVD. Plastic is so 1999. With wireless and wired movie downloads growing by leaps and bounds, what can you do with your DVD collection?
Mac DVDRipper Pro gives you six solid reasons to put your DVD collection on your Mac. You’ve already done the same thing by putting all your CDs into iTunes right? This is the app that does it for your movies.
What’s really useful about DVDRipper Pro is that your Mac becomes not just the ultimate backup, but the ultimate player hub. Secure your DVDs so they don’t get scratch, broken, or lost by archiving them and playing the DVDs from the Mac.
Open Mac DVDRipper Pro, pop a DVD into your Mac, and let the archiving begin.
Not only is the app a good backup system, it’s great for time shifting DVD rentals. Rent, rip, and play the movie when you want.
Movies on your Mac can be dropped right into iTunes to be shared with iPhone and iPad, or displayed on Apple TV. If you want, only the movie needs to be ripped and stored on the Mac, not the advertisements, promotions, and movie trailers.
Movie producers are no different that music producers. With every new technology change, they want us to buy the new version again. Using Mac DVDRipper Pro means your DVD movies take up a new life on your Mac.
And, if you’re on the go with your Mac, ripped movies will help you save battery life (not to mention that MacBook Air models, and new MacBook Pro models don’t even have a SuperDrive to play DVDs).
Testing out Mac DVDRipper Pro is easy and gives you five free rips during the trial period.
Caveats? Yes. Not all movies will rip to your Mac. The latest version of Mac DVDRipper Pro is a paid upgrade for previous users, though it provides only bug fixes and no notably new features. That’s an odd way to treat loyal users.