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Posted · Original PosterOP

Recently started building my own Plex server and wanted to rip my collection of blue-ray disks and DVDs to suitable format for plex. Suggestions are welcomed. 

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I use MakeMKV to rip my blu-rays and DVDs to .mkv files.   Works like a charm. 

It's a 30 day trial, but the actual program is still in beta and as long as it stays that way the devs publicly post a new activation key every 2 months.  So you can use it indefinitely (or at least until they release the full version, but I haven't seen that happen yet and I've been using MakeMKV for 5 years or so)

You can of course buy it already to support the devs.


I store all my rips in full quality, but then again I have a rather large NAS.  If disk space is an issue, you may want to use Handbrake to reduce the resolution/quality/bitrate/whatever in order to shrink the file size.

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11 minutes ago, sanketganore said:

Suggestions are welcomed. 

I recommend using HandBrake: https://handbrake.fr/


It has tons of options for how you want to save your file.

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