Data can be extracted by specifying the precise location of the data bits stored on the target disc.
The start and end values can be specified, before editing the data blocks and starting the ripping process.
vStrip displays audio, video and subpicture information for each loaded stream.
The output customization options are available in the application’s main window and you can select values for both video stream and substreams.
vStrip produces MPEG2, M2P, M2V, AC3 and Raw PCM files.
The last version of vStrip, 0.8f, was launched in 2004, and it was improved with DVD2AVI project file writing support among other updates.
This DVD ripper is a command line utility, but it comes with an included GUI, too.