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DvD ripping and copying

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#1 MikeyDSlagle


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Posted 01 December 2010 - 01:15 PM

Hey guys. Fairly new here. Got some really good help here building my computer so...

I am looking for a good program for ripping and copying DvDs. I have a fairly big collection and would like to back up the better ones and rip my faves to my computer. I have horrible luck with discs, I've had to replace several because of losing em, theft, breakage or what not.

I used to use a program from Nero for ripping,copying and burning CDs. But its too old and I need to update. Any suggestions as to a good program? One that could rip Blu Ray would be good too. I dont have a Blu Ray drive yet, but will eventually.


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#2 trashcan7


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Posted 02 December 2010 - 02:47 AM

The one I use for ripping and copying both CDs and DVDs is MagicISO, which is a pretty small program. I have no idea if it works with Blu Ray.

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