Here's my quick guide from my experience of ripping music video DVD's to play on your PC.
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To get a track from a DVD the easiest and quickest way is to make a VOB file. To do this you need a program called "SmartRipper 2.41" However VOB files are massive, taking up loads of hard drive space. Making a VOB file is like making a WAV file from an audio CD. Now how many Dj's do you know that rip their CD collection to WAV instead of MP3? It's the same principle.
OK so next you want to know how you can have the same quality as the VOB / original DVD, but without taking up all the space on your hard drive. This is where you will need to decide what format you want to use. For example .avi or .mpeg. Each has it's own different settings for quality (just like MP3s have different bitrate settings).
There's a few programs that will convert your VOB's (or even straight from DVD) into one of these formats. I have tried "#1 DVD Ripper" However, for some reason it has a volume setting which you have to manually adjust to get the audio of the video sounding right. In some cases DVD's are ripped at too high a volume and the audio is distorted. That's why I hate having to set anything manually according to your own judgement.
I've also tried ImToo DVD Ripper, but it looks too complicated.
Flash DVD Ripper seems ok, but not enough settings to adjust.
#1 DVD ripper. See all about that above.
Currently trying one called: [url=http://www.videohelp.com/tools?tool=MediaCoder ]Media Coder[/url]. Seems quite good, but don't forget to click "deinterlace" or you will get lines all over your video's.