Last week's Kaleidescape ruling has left us looking for new (and legal) ways to get our digital fix.
Walmart Disc-to-Digital
HandBrake
Clone My DVD
AnyDVD HD
Samsung Disc to Digital
DVDFab DVD Copy
1Click DVD Copy
RipIT
Make MKV
DVDShrink
123 Copy DVD
WinX Blu-ray Decrypter
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DVDFab DVD Copy

This software also has DVD and Blu-ray versions, which are sold separately. The BD version allows users to make a perfect 1:1 Blu-ray clone, compress it, or just take out the HD audio to save some space. It also promises to do that at very fast speeds of about 10 to 20 minutes. Could that be right? Whether or not you have to wait, it seems pretty complete, with four options to choose from, allowing users to clip out the parts of the disc they can live without. 

Price: $45
The Buzz: “Some of DVDFab’s features are not found in many products including: the ability to retain or change the region codes, the ability to remove the CSS encryption, episodic DVD support (e.g. Alias) and the ability to write data, not just movies, to a blank DVD.” — Top Ten Reviews

Read more: 12 Ways to Rip DVDs and Blu-rays