In order to rip a DVD, you will need to insert the disc you intend to copy information from into your Mac’s DVD driver.
To rip a DVD using HandBrake for Mac, go to the Sources button in the top-left of the screen, and from here, browse for the DVD you just inserted, and click Open.
On the main HandBrake ripper window, the Source section will inform you of information about the disc. Output Settings can be changed, with a variety of Format options as well as the ability to optimise the output file for the web or iPod devices.
Finally, select your Destination for the ripped DVD data – this will take the form of TS files, as seen listed when you browsed the disc.
When you have set the destination and any changes to the output settings, click on the Play button on the toolbar to begin ripping your DVD.