“I’m only aware of one app that allows you ‘rip’ commercial Blu-ray discs to your Mac and that’s Leawo‘s Blu-ray Ripper,” Dennis Sellers writes for Apple Daily Report. “It works well, but takes a looooong time to rip a single Blu-ray.”
“I inserted a Blu-ray of the excellent film, “Jeremiah Johnson,” and ripped it to my iMac’s hard drive. The movie is just under two hours long. Ripping it took 2.x times its viewing length — about five hours. This is on a new iMac with 32GB of RAM. If you use Blu-ray Ripper, you might want to insert the disc to be ripped before you go to sleep for the night,” Sellers writes. “On the other hand, the software does let you enable streaming MP4 Video while a disc is being ripped.”
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MacDailyNews Note: Leawo Blu-ray Creator for Mac retails for US$39.99.