In my previous post, when Apple launched the news to stop supporting 32-bit programs on macOS Mojave, I recommended a couple of Blu-ray and DVD ripping programs for macOS High Sierra. One of the reasons why Apple would like to stop the support of 32-bit programs is 64-bit programs perform better than 32-bit ones. And surely 64 bit Blu-ray and DVD rippers do better ripping on macOS Mojave.
With the release of macOS Mojave, Blu-ray and DVD ripping manufacture updated their programs to 64 bit and here I’d like to recommend some Blu-ray and DVD rippers and show you how to rip Bluray and DVDs on macOS 10.14 Mojave!
As explained before, 64-bit programs work better than 32-bit ones. So the three programs I commended are both 64 bit and are 100% compatible with macOS 10.14 Mojave.
Firstly please note AnyMP4 Bluray Ripper is only for ripping Blu-ray discs and AnyMP4 DVD Ripper only for DVDs.
AnyMP4 has upgraded its Blu-ray and DVD ripper to 64 bit so it is 100% compatible with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and macOS 10.14 Mojave. You don’t see the “not optimized for your mac” error like other programs. You can able to download the 64-bit version via the below buttons:
I recommend AnyMP4 Blu-ray and DVD Ripper because they both are able to handle protected discs including AACS and BD+ in Blu-ray discs and region code, CSS, Disney X-project DRM etc in DVDs. They are the true ripping solutions for SBS 3D discs and you are able to rip 3D Blu-ray to 3D MP4, MKV etc while Bluray or DVD rippers actually rip 2D to 3D, which is also supported by AnyMP4.
Leawo Bluray Ripper is believed by me to be one of the best Blu-ray and DVD solutions that are fully compatible with macOS High Sierra and Mojave. With Leawo Blu-ray Ripper, you are able to rip any kind of Blu-ray and DVD discs, commercial or home-made, to any formats like MP4, H.264/MPEG4, MOV, FLV, MPEG4, AVI, WMV, HEVC/H.265 etc. You are even able to upscale DVDs to 1080P videos to enjoy the Bluray quality on 55 inches and above smart TVs.
Besides, if you just want to rip DVDs instead of Blu-ray, Leawo DVD Ripper, also a function module in Leawo Prof. Media, is right there to help. So the above download link also works, what you have to do is just click the DVD ripper on the main screen.
MakeMKV, as far as I concern, is the first 64-bit ripping solution for Bluray and DVDs. MakeMKV is widely recommended by people on Reddit because it is now free to use in Blu-ray and DVD ripping when it is in bed. You are able to have a free copy of MakeMKV for macOS 10.14 Mojave here:
MakeMKV is really powerful in decrypting any kind of protections in Blu-ray and DVDs and save all the audio and subtitle tracks in MKV file. However, please note MakeMKV is only able to rip Blu-ray and DVDs to MKV, which is why I place it as the third recommendation.
How to rip Bluray and DVD on macOS 10.14 Mojave
To rip Bluray and DVD on Mojave is the same as we do on High Sierra or Windows 10. And ripping Blu-ray is no way different from DVDs within each Mojave Blu-ray DVD Rippers. So, I will take DVDs as an example to show you how to rip Bluray DVD on Mojave.
- Please follow the above download links to download one 64-bit Bluray DVD Ripper you prefer for your MacBook Pro/Air, iMac, iMac Pro, Mac Mini running macOS Mojave. Install and launch it.
- Insert one Blu-ray or DVD into Bluray DVD drive.
Ripping Blu-ray DVD on Mojave with AnyMP4 Bluray or DVD Ripper only takes you three steps: Load the DVD, choose the profile and hit Convert:
Ripping Blu-ray DVD on Mojave with Leawo Blu-ray DVD Ripper is easy as well. Generally, you will have to go to Convert tab on top, load the DVD, choose Main Mode, choose or edit profiles and click Convert.
Ripping Blu-ray DVD with MakeMKV on Mojave only takes you two steps. MakeMKV automatically loads Bluray or DVD for you when you open MakeMKV. You just have to click Open DVD disc or Open Bluray discs, wait for the analyzing and click “Make MKV”:
Tips on Bluray DVD Ripping on Mojave
For Blu-ray and DVD Ripping on Mojave, I have some tips for you guys:
- You’d better be online when you are trying to rip Blu-ray discs on Mojave. As far as I can see, AnyMP4 Blu-ray Ripper gets Blu-ray discs’ passkeys on its server. I think this is a very good way to decrypt different kinds of copy protection in Blu-ray discs. Leawo Bluray Ripper and MakeMKV may work the same way. You don’t have to be online for DVD ripping on Mojave.
- As you can see above, the guide on ripping Blu-ray and DVDs on Mojave is quite general, but I have more guides on Blu-ray and DVD ripping here.
- It is important to rip the right DVD title on Mojave, or you will get problems in ripping. You can follow this guide to detect the right DVD title for ripping on Mojave.