[FREE]How to Rip Japanese DVDs for Playback on USA/Canada/Australia Computers

I traveled to Japan last year and get myself some Japanese DVDs. I recently want to rip them and backup to hard drive so as to keep them safe from kids or watch them on USA computers but find myself in great trouble. My DVD rippers are NOT able to rip those DVDs at all. One crashes when I try to load it and the other give me an error while ripping. I tried the trial versions of various paid DVD ripping programs, but none of them worked. What can we do?

[SOVLED] How to Fix Handbrake Crashing While Encoding on PC and Mac

Handbrake crashed during encoding those DVDs and Windows says “Handbrake has stopped working”. I did a couple of searches and tries and I’d like to share with one of my experience which I think is very useful yet not found in HandBrake Documentation if you have the same issue of Handbrake crashing when encoding copy-protected DVDs, especially Disney ones.

AnyMP4 Blu-ray Ripper Review-Rip any Blu-ray to 2D/3D H.265

There is no one feature that sells the Blu-ray ripping program, it is the collective features that deliver a knock-out program that smoothly leads (and guides if necessary) the user to obtain a quality copy of their Blu-ray and repurpose for use in numerous formats. Interface, output quality, speed, decryption, the ability to resolve and combine these solutions with outstanding aftercare have collectively ensured that AnyMP4 Blu-ray Ripper is the best and only choice.

[NO BLACK BAR]Convert Any Video to 18.5:9/19.5:9 iPhone X Galaxy S9/S9+

You may wonder how is it possible to convert any video in any aspect ratio like 16:9, 16:10, 4:3 etc to 18.5:9, 18:9, 19.5:9, 19:9 bezel-less phones like iPhone X, Galaxy S9 etc? In this post, I am giving you an absolutely no black bar solution for converting any videos to perfectly fit your full-screen display phones with any aspect ratio.

2018 Best Bluray DVD Rippers to Easily Rip Your DVDs & Blu-Rays to Windows and Mac computers

I don’t agree with Mark O’Neill on most of the other tools because what he recommended is really limited and I do believe there is better programs for DVD and Blu-ray ripping and video converting. Besides, most of the 9 tools mentioned by Mark are for Windows only. There are better choices for Mac users. And I decided to share my opinions on those Bluray and DVD rippers as well as my recommendations or alternatives, especially for macOS users.