I'm not sure if this is in the right place; feel free to move it someplace else if it doesn't belong in this particular forum.
I have a DVD that I would like to back up on my hard drive. But the thing is, I want to basically make a perfect copy of it. I don't just want the movie, I want all the extra features too (the deleted scenes, the behind-the-scenes featurette, all that good stuff.)'
I've tried just straight out ripping the DVD to my hard drive, but that just gives me all these .BUP and .VOB files, and I don't even have any idea what to do with those.
I know how to make an exact copy and burn it to a DVD -- I used to do that all the time when I was in university. When I'd come home for the summer, I'd back up all my DVDs onto my hard drive so that I wouldn't have to pack all of them to take back to school with me. I always used DVDShrink + DVD Decrypter and it always worked perfectly. But this time I'm not looking to burn the DVD, I just want a copy on my hard drive that is exactly the same as the original, and it is driving me bonkers that I can't figure out how to do it.
All the Googling I've done got me absolutely nowhere, because it seems that all the tutorials I've found are predicated on the assumption that you're going to be burning your copy to a disc, and I don't want to do that. :/
Can anyone shed any light on this whatsoever?