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#1 What The Who

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Posted 14 November 2006 - 09:36 PM

Hey all,

I've been browsing the net for a while now, trying to find the best program for ripping DVD's to my PC. I've found a bunch, but there's so many it's hard to figure out which one to use. I don't want to pay $xx for a program just to find out there's some fatal flaw, or a better program.

So I ask all of you, the guru's of computers..

What do you think is the best DVD ripping software available?
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#2 Philip Brampton

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Posted 15 November 2006 - 02:27 PM

I use AnyDVD from Slysoft.It is a little complicated but gives first class results.There is a first class tutorial available from support on the Slysoft Site
It also does a host of other things and you can try it free for 21 days

#3 raeinbow

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Posted 15 November 2006 - 03:44 PM

I've been using DVD Decrypter
and then I use DVD Shrink
and then ImgBurn

some movies don't work , but results are okay for those that do.

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Posted 16 November 2006 - 12:19 PM

Hello..the best program to use right now is called rip it 4 me...now this uses dvd dycrpyter, dvd shirnk as well as fix vts and you will be able to copy any dvd with it, including the newer releases from Sony and Disney which have Accross protection on them...the link for this is at www.ripit4me.org, this will have everything you need as well as tutoriols on how to use it, although it is very simple...as well as free....I am quite experianced in backing up dvds (I have backed my collection of just over 800) and find Ri4M to be the best you can get :thumbsup:




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