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According to the latest report from Netflix tracker Flixable, the popular streaming service has delisted around 2700 movies since 2000. Older movies are increasingly rare on there, and your favourite titles can disappear with little warning. When an old favourite disappears, you’re likely to find yourself revisiting DVD titles that have sat untouched on your shelf for years. But while good handling and maintenance can help protect and prolong the lifespan of DVDs, physical media degrades over time. Getting into the habit of ripping your DVDs to digital video and storing them on hard drives or media servers is the absolute best way to safeguard your favourite movies and TV shows so that they’ll be accessible forever.

In the early 2000s commercial DVDs became read-only, making the DVD ripping process more complicated than common video transcoding. Even HandBrake, the popular open-source transcoder, can only access older DVD discs by using the third-party playback software libdvdcss. That’s why more advanced DVD ripping software, such as WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, is extremely important for people who want to preserve their libraries.

Ripping DVDs with software can be extremely time-intensive and can really push your CPU hard, especially if you have a large collection to digitalise. But the right hardware can make the process go smoother. A hardware-accelerated DVD ripper can take advantage of GPU acceleration, and make the process much faster and easier. Read on to see why you need a hardware accelerated DVD ripper or watch this quick video guide below to learn how to rip DVDs fast with GPU / CPU acceleration.

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