Yeah man, I agree. MakeMKV is Free
while in Beta. Simple. Make of that what you may and decide what you do with the Software based on your answer.
I'm nearly 60 and been around ripping, backups and warez of one sort or another for over 30 of those years. One thing I find unfortunate is the replies of "Google is your friend" "Read" "Use the search function" "Next post asking XYZ will be deleted" or simply OP's who come straight out and directly denigrate. It's been going on since dial-up BBS and is not a good look IMHO.
The internet is for information, education, idea exchange and advancements in our existence as an entity or lives as individuals. It's a place where anyone can access vast quantities of data, no matter where you live or whatever forms of censorship and segregation your government employs. By definition there are people here who will be young, inexperienced, shy, mentally or physically disadvantaged and may be suffering any number of different forms of discrimination and abuse. I'm sorry, but by indicating ones displeasure at other peoples knowledge and ability levels or lack thereof you are promoting discrimination, plain and simple.
What has become more of a worry, especially here in Australia, is that folks who have established, in their own mind, their superiority over the general populace have started a movement not dissimilar to other racial or emotional abusers throughout history. The Troll. Difference being is that they use their very presence in exclusive digital communities and the anonymity afforded by being "on line" to add legitimacy to what they say. Scary indeed
I guess if you can't say something nice or in any way helpful, then don't say anything at all. There is a quote wrongly attributed to Abe Lincoln and Mark Twain but which actually has it's origins in the bible. "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt." Problem is, in the modern digital world, fools receive encouragement.
I am certainly not directing this at anyone, it is purely my thoughts on the discussion here and in a broader sense, elsewhere on the net. "Let's Do Some Good" Eliot Ness
Cheers and Beers