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Rip DVD for homevideo

In the summer I recoreded a few mini DVD's on my sony cam.

Now I want to edit them in in Premiere og Vegas. But i haven't come to there yet. :(

I need to get the content of the mini-DVD's into the computer, but i tried 3 different rippers, but there are the results of the:
- sound missing in SOME of the clips
- ripping all the chapters as ONE big file
- ripping in 4:3 even though it's recorded widescreen, so people look like martians with long heads.

Now, can anyone recommend a useful DVD ripper software, that also rips the sound, keeps the ascept ratio (widescreen) and splits the material into multiple files -one for each chapter.
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Try Any Video Converter which you can download from...

http://www.any-video-converter.com/products/for_video_free/

Regards,
Mandar Waman
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http://www.freedvdripper.org/dvdvideoguide/how-to-rip-dvd-to-video-format-wondershare.html

I tried this one, but the proportion are just horrible. It stretches peoples faces so that they look like martians.

I think it forces widescreen format into 4:3
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Free software is sometimes free due to its limitatations.
But I think you are not tweaking your video settings correctly.
http://www.audiotoolsfactory.com/dvd-ripper.html
Same, it rips the entire DVD as ONE file and not in individual chapters, and again the output is 4:3 and not widescreen. And even worse, I only get a ONE very badly ripped frame, and can hear the sound, but no video. :(
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Most DVD rippers rip to one file and some do support Wide Screen(16:9).
http://dvd-ripper.reviewstown.com/dvd-ripper-reviews.html

This software allows you to add chapters:
"Author your own discs
Start by choosing a menu template for your video. Blu-ray Disc and DVD authoring software PowerProducer offers a selection of finely designed templates for you to choose from. You can then add chapters to make navigation through your disc easier."
http://www.cyberlink.com/products/powerproducer/design-edit_en_US.html