How does that work? A DVD for a tv show might have more than on ep on it.
You need to separate the episodes one way or another, whether that's ripping each episode out to a separate video_ts folder with DVDshrink or repackaging each to an .mkv
1) If you are lucky each episode may simply correspond to a different .vob on the disk.
2) Handbrake will likely present the different episodes to you (though they won't be named, but you should be able to extract each episode and name later because it shows you how long it is)
3) MakeMKV might break it up into individual episodes per disk too.
Yeah, I'm aware of all that. Basically gotta rip the disc out to separate files for each ep. I'm about to do that with some series with Handbrake.
Yeah, just batch queue up all the files from each disk. Come back later and queue up the next one.
If you don't want to onsie twosie the disks... Rip them all to .iso, mount each with virtual clone drive or daemon tools then batch them all together via HB and comeback tomorrow to all the ripped files.