"Just got the DVD of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. For the sake of backup and playback on my iPhone, I ripped it...but it failed. My ripper kept ripping the title over and over and over for the full duration of the movie. And it turned out to be 2 hours and 17 minutes of title credits in English and Spanish over and over. When I opened the output file, I could only see the scrolling Star Wars intro over and over in various languages. All the theme opening in Spanish. Any one has the same issue. How to fix it?"
Star Wars are universally beloved movie series, thus undoubtedly most fans are willing to buy the DVDs and keep them as treasure. Furthermore, they will make use of DVD ripper to duplicate digital files from the precious DVDs. However, things may not go well as we imagine. We may confront various troubles like the one depicted in the first paragraph while we make DVD copy. Luckily, we can fix them. We can rip and copy Star Wars DVDs including the latest The Force Awakens DVD successfully.
Important note: The software developer only advocates ripping/copying DVDs for personal use only and suggests referring to the DVD copyright laws in your countries before doing so.
First of all, you need a DVD ripper that can rip copy-protected DVDs.
Get the proper version downloaded on your computer, install as the wizard prompts and then you can perform The Force Awakens DVD ripping following the guide below.
Step 1. Insert Star Wars VII DVD into the DVD-ROM of the computer which contains the DVD ripper you installed before.
Step 2. Launch the DVD ripper, click "DVD Disc" button in the main interface, select the source DVD disc, namely the Star Wars DVD you just inserted, and then hit OK to load the DVD information.
Seconds later, it will finish DVD loading, and at the same time select the correct main movie title spontaneously. Title 1 is the detected main title for The Force Awakens.
Step 3. Select an output, for example MP4, from the auto pop-up Output Profile panel. From the well-organized list, you can easily catch the output you need.
Step 4 (optional). Do some settings if the default can't meet your needs. For instance, specify a different audio track, choose another subtitle track, enable forced subtitle, add external subtitle to the DVD, merge multiple DVD titles, trim/crop the movie, set video audio parameters, change a location to store the Star Wars 7 in digital format, etc.
Step 5. Tick "Safe Mode" to make Star Wars: The Force Awakens DVD ripping stably and flawlessly. When all settings are done, just tap "RUN" button to begin ripping The Force Awakens DVD to a digital file. Thanks to advanced technology, say, the support for multiple CPU cores use, it can finish DVD ripping at fast speed.
In addition to making a digital copy of DVD for backup, some people may prefer to copy Star Wars: The Force Awakens DVD to DVD disc. How to achieve this? Likewise, you still need a program for help. Not the one recommended above, but another one. Although WinX DVD Ripper Platinum allows you to copy DVD to ISO file and DVD folder, it isn't designed to copy DVD to DVD disc.
To get started, download and install the DVD copy software on your Windows PC. Thereafter, you can copy Star Wars: The Force Awakens DVD to another DVD following the tutorial below.
Step 1. Run WinX DVD Copy Pro, and click on "Clone DVD to DVD" located at the left column.
Step 2. Insert Star Wars: The Force Awakens DVD into DVD-ROM, select it as the source DVD. Input a rewritable DVD with enough storage into another drive, and specify it as the target DVD burner.
Step 3. Since The Force Awakens DVD is copy-protected, you need to tick the boxes before "Remove DVD region code", "Remove UOPs", "Remove CSS encryption" and "Check Disney's fake". Additionally, choose a Temp Folder with enough storage (over 9 GB is recommended) to save the copied ISO file temporarily if you only have one drive.
Step 4. Hit Run button to get Star Wars 7 DVD to DVD copy started.
Disclaimer: Digiarty Software does not advocate ripping copy-protected DVDs for any commercial purpose and suggests referring to the DVD copyright laws in your countries before doing so. Still have trouble on ripping/copying Star Wars (The Force Awakens) DVD? Please feel free to Email Us >>
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