To back up my collection of dvd’s to my hard drive I use
handbrake which creates a m4v file, and then
create the .avi file, which is on average about a quarter to a third smaller than the starting file. The quality is
quite good working with ...
I’ve recently started backing up my commercial DVD’s to my hard drive, and I’m tending to use
HandBrake for it. So far
it produces a nice compact m4v file, but I’ve yet to see the fruits of my intensive labours with it. And its soooo slow ...