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How can one rip Blu-Rays that he or she owns via AnyDVD as the decoder? Open source would be prefer but not require. H.264 video codec is preferred.

Current Software: AnyDVD HD & Handbrake

Disclaimer: I have no intention of illegally distributing the end result. I'm currently working in Afghanistan. I would like to rip my Blu-Rays and send them home safely. I have already rip my 200+ DVD collection.

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Are these "protected" blu-ray discs? – Moab Aug 28 '11 at 22:51
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lifehacker.com/5559007/… – Moab Aug 28 '11 at 22:54

Closest I've found so far is free, but not open source:

DVDFab HD Decrypter (free version)

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