Best way to rip TV series DVDs for playback on extender?

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Best way to rip TV series DVDs for playback on extender?

It occurred to me that I never got around to ripping the small handful of TV series DVDs I own. All my movies are ripped to uncompressed WTV using auto rip n compress and makeMKV for playback on my extender and work great. What's the best way to handle TV shows though?

7MC - Hauppauge WinTV-DCR-2650 - Avermedia M780 - Dvico Fusion HDTV7 - Terk HDTVa - Xbox 360 S - Logitech Harmony 650 - Panasonic V10 - Onkyo HT-RC160

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Pssshh, over a hundred views and no answer? Surprising. Smile

 

7MC - Hauppauge WinTV-DCR-2650 - Avermedia M780 - Dvico Fusion HDTV7 - Terk HDTVa - Xbox 360 S - Logitech Harmony 650 - Panasonic V10 - Onkyo HT-RC160

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You can actually rip your TV shows the same way.

You just need to differentiate between the episodes.

I personally use handbrake to accomplish this and make all TV shows mp4, you can also package them as an mkv.

Personally, I don't own an extender but I believe it should work with either extension;  as long as your extender can play your movie mkv's.

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Assuming they are DVDs and not Blurays.  And assuming you aren't worried about compression, why not just use DVDFab Decrypter (or Passkey) and copy the entire disc to either ISO or VIDEO_TS folder and use MyMovies?  The latest MyMovies fully supports TV Series in this way & I've found it to be very useful.  Works just fine with extenders.

 

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I am used Brorsoft DVD Ripper to rip my dvd movies, such as disney or TV series. There are many specific output formats fo me to choose. 

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