Whether you’re looking to do some late spring cleaning, or you just want to liberate some of your guilty pleasure movies from their DVD prisons, it is time we revisit the process of ripping your DVD collection into iTunes. Ripping DVDs is not only easy, it can save a lot of money as you begin (or continue) to build your digital video library.
As the self-proclaimed digital projectionist for the casa de la Stark, let me walk you through the basic steps and available software applications to get those movies off the plastic and into your Mac.
Thank you to everyone who entered our competition to win the whole suite of apps created by The Little App Factory.
This was a particularly big competition, and we received some fantastic comments packed with suggestions for the AppStorm websites. I’ll be reviewing these over the next few days to pick out a few new ideas for reviews, articles, and changes to the network.
Without further ado, here are the three lucky winners who are walking away with the full suite of apps created by The Little App Factory:
Congratulations, and we’ll be sending through your license codes shortly! Once again, thank you to everyone who entered, and thank you to the developer for generously donating the licenses.
We’re kicking off a bumper competition today, to win every single one of the applications created by The Little App Factory. We have three packages to give away, each worth over $60.
Here’s what you stand to win:
- iRip – Easily transfer your songs and media from an iPod/iPhone back to your computer.
- Ripit – The fastest and simplest solution for archiving your DVD movies to your Mac.
- Evom – This is a free app but certainly worth mentioning, letting you convert and transfer your favourite movies onto your iPod, iPhone or Apple TV.
- Rivet – Stream your music, movies, and photos to your Xbox and Playstation 3.
- Ringtones – Last but not least, Ringtones creates high-quality ringtones for your iPhone straight from your own music.
Read on for more information about how to enter!
DVDs can be a nuisance to carry around. They also scratch, break, or go missing over time. RipIt, from The Little App Factory lets you rip your DVDs to your Mac so that you can watch them at anytime without the DVD inserted in your drive.
RipIt is an application so beautifully simplistic, even your mum would have no problem using it. This review will have a look at why RipIt is better than other apps out there, highlight how the process works, and take a look at what’s missing.