Since we are on the topic of lossless ripping, has anyone had success ripping 
Bluray?

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From: "Jason Simon" <jsimon...@gmail.com>
To: <frameworks@jonasmekasfilms.com>
Subject: [Frameworks] DVD to .MOV on Mac OS Yosemite
Date: Wed, Mar 11, 2015 7:24 am


Glad to see this topic here. Searching for a Yosemite compatible
replacement for Mac the Ripper is complicated by whether it is a lossless
rip, or not. MtR was a lossless extraction of the VIDEO_TS, but others
produce generational loss as part of a conversion. Thanks in advance for
more comments on the available solutions.
-Jason



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>From: Marco Poloni <mar.pol...@gmail.com>
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>Hey Viktoria,
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>I strongly doubt you will find a projector rental outlet in Osnabrück,
>which is a small town. Especially if you're after Bauer's, which are
>more difficult to find than Eiki's.
>
>You should look for services in Berlin, Hamburg, Münich and have them
>shipped.
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>Good luck,
>Marco
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>On 10 March 2015 at 12:02, viktoria schmid <viktoria.sch...@gmx.at> wrote:
>> hey!
>> For an exhition in Osnabrück, Germany I need two 16mm-projectors
>>(preferably
>> Bauer, unfortunately eikis don't work with my installation)
>>
>> Does anyone know about 16mm-projector-rentals in the area around
>>Osnabrück?
>>
>> thank u!
>> best
>> viktoria
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>Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2015 19:13:43 -0700
>From: " todd eacrett " <hell...@agit-prop.com>
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>Subject: Re: [Frameworks] DVD to .MOV on Mac OS Yosemite
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>Hi Adam,
>
>I've been using one of the iSkysoft products. There are a couple for
>mac, Video Converter and Media Converter, which work with yosemite.
>These are commercial, but affordable, $40 to $60 or something like
>that, and will convert pretty much anything, with flexible settings and
>good results. They also capture/download streaming video from
>websites. One, if not both, will rip DVDs directly to a .mov -- but not
>ProRes, so you'd still need to do that with Quicktime. It's a consumer
>product, so easy interface and presets for all kinds of device/online
>formats, but you can ignore them and set exact specs. Also way faster
>than handbrake and others I've used.
>
>Cheers,
>
>Todd
>
>On Mon, 09 Mar 2015 19:08:48 -0700, Adam Hyman  wrote:
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>       DVD to .MOV on Mac OS YosemiteHi all,
>
>Sorry to ask this simple question, but I just got a new Mac Book Pro,
>with OS Yosemite. 
>How does one now rip a (commercial, region encoded) DVD to a ProRes
>.mov file?  Mac the Ripper doesn¹t work; Handbrake doesn¹t get you
>to .MOV. 
>Boards online are cluttered with people hawking software.
>
>Best regards,
>
>Adam
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