Unfortunately named ‘WinX DVD Ripper for Mac’ released

invisibleSHIELD case for iPadDigiarty Software today announced the release of WinX DVD Ripper for Mac, DVD ripping software for Mac OS X users to rip both encrypted and non-commercial DVDs to Mac MP4, MOV, iTunes, iLife and portable devices like iPod, iPad, iPhone, PSP, and AppleTV. It also lets users to extract audio from the DVD video files and save as MP3 format.

“The release of WinX DVD Ripper for Mac is a way to meet a variety of Mac users’ demands. Since according to our customers’ feedback, quite a few people are used to Mac operating system. We hope this DVD ripper software could well fulfill the needs of all Mac users who would like to make backup of DVD contents. “said CEO of Digiarty Software, Jack Han, in the press release. “This is just one of a series of Mac products we are going to release. In the near future, Mac video converter and other Mac software will also be provided to Mac users continuously.”

WinX DVD Ripper for Mac is an all-in-one DVD ripper software can also transfer DVD videos to iTunes, iLife for watching and editing as users’ need.

According to Digiarty Software, this Mac DVD Ripper works perfectly for any DVD sources by removing the copy protections, even the new generation DVD copy protections which are widely used in the newly released DVD movies published by Disney, Paramount, Warner, etc. Popular DVD movies in the market like Alice in Wonderland, The Princess and the Frog, Transformers 2, Star Trek, etc. are all protected from ripping. WinX DVD Ripper for Mac enables users to rip these movies.

Besides the ability of ripping DVD to iTunes, MOV, MP4, it also allows users to make 1:1 DVD copy to hard drive with 100% original video, AC-3/DTS surrounding audio within 5 minutes. It provides an ideal DVD backup solution to protect against DVD scratching or loss.

Moreover, edit functions are also included in WinX DVD Ripper for Mac so that users can customize personalized videos, such as the ability to select subtitles and audio track, trim and crop DVD movie, and adjust the parameter settings. With the support of batch conversion, multi-code CPU and hyper threading, the ripping speed is increased dramatically. Advanced functions are also provided for smoothing the conversion process, such as “Advanced De-interlaced Accelerator”, “Intelligent A/V Synchronizer” and “Run as Safe Mode”.

The original price of WinX DVD Ripper for Mac is US$39.95, but it is now on promotion for $35.95.

More info here.

Source: Digiarty Software, Inc.

MacDailyNews Take: Anything for Mac with the name “WinX” in it is doomed to failure.


  1. @grok,
    Handbrake is a great tool, but it won’t rip a DVD to a DVD disc image or VIDEO_TS folder with AC3, subtitles, and supplemental content intact… This tool will.

    That said, their website and software looks suspiciously familiar to some other companies that are ruthlessly spamming forums and search engines with the same “MOD/TOD/MP4/DVD converter for iPhone/iPod touch”, etc, etc, etc. ad nauseam.

    I’d definitely do some research on this company and their software before I even downloaded and installed it, much less gave them any money.

  2. if your’e gonna spend any money for a DVD ripper, buy Ripit. Works pretty good and has ripped every ARccOS disc I have tried with it. I stumbled upon it when my beloved MacTheRipper quit ripping those types of discs.

  3. Hey, you can do all that for a lower price. Try $0.00.

    Handbrake, Mac The Ripper, and iSquint.

    Those 3 apps will cost you Nothing, Zero, Nada.!!!! And will do the same jobs. Which ever one is more convenient to you.

  4. Sounds useful, can’t wait to torrent this….

    I wonder if Digiarty Software, Inc. would be annoyed if someone ripped their copyrighted work and uploaded it for people to freely download?

    I’m not judging (I know not everyone uses these types of programs for file sharing), I’m just curious is all on people’s thoughts on this…

  5. Ripit works great until you want to move the file to anything other than a HD. Handbrake works on 80% of the DVD you throw at it. But I am interested in hearing from anybody that has actually used this tool.

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