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Old April 4, 2013, 01:39 AM
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Originally Posted by 3.0charlie View Post
What is the G555 performance in regards to ripping Blu-Rays?
Ripping as per se is just copying the files from the disc to the HDD so the CPU speed says nothing here, breaking the encrypted protection can be done with AnyDVD HD. The massive task you need CPU power for is the encoding after. Also managing an iso image that has 40GB (Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull had 43GB and I was using RipBOT264 at that time) is a grueling task for the HDD so a RAID array helps a lot. I hear you want to use RAID 0+1, I would suggest you use RAID 5 for multipurpose (ripping blurays and storing). Ripping Blurays was something 5 years ago, but with the advent of torrents nowadays, I just download them at max quality if I want to.
You might want to have a look at this guide also : The Hassle-Free Guide to Ripping Your Blu-Ray Collection
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