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DVD shrink 3.2 versus version 2013

by kelray85 / January 25, 2013 5:11 AM PST

I have no idea what forum to post this question on so I decided on this one. I have a DVD shrink question. I am disabled and like to get movies from the library and have them put on my computer hard drive so I can watch them whenever I want to and then delete them. Sometimes I will get movies that DVD shrink will not work on. I'm wondering if anybody has any idea if I used the new version of DVD shrink if I would have better luck with that? Or if it doesn't work on version 3.2 it probably will not work on on DVD shrink 2013. I hope you are following what I am trying to ask. That leads to another question. If I install DVD shrink 2013 and do not like it would I be able to uninstall it and reinstall version 3.2? I look forward to your answers to these questions. Thank you in advance for any advice you might have.

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Simple to solve.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 25, 2013 6:05 AM PST

Since the library is offering such for you to copy, you ask them to detail how to copy them. Any copy protected content is not anything we can discuss here. Think of who the forum host is to understand why.
Bob

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I understand
by kelray85 / January 29, 2013 5:07 AM PST
In reply to: Simple to solve.

I know that actually making copies of movies and giving them away or selling them is illegal. I didn't think about just putting them on the computer to watch and then delete since some disabled being bad. Anyway, the only question I need answered really is if I install DVD shrink 2013 and don't like it will I be able to uninstall it and go back to version 3.2 without much of a hassle?

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So you know what forum you are on.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / January 29, 2013 5:44 AM PST
In reply to: I understand

As this is a CBS forum the answer I gave is about as close to the edge I can go.

As to going back, wouldn't you have a backup of what you can't lose? That is, your system?
Bob

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dvd shrink 2013 is much better
by dvdshrink12 / March 24, 2013 6:45 PM PDT

hi there, i used both the software for long time, and i can state that dvd shrink 2013 version is much more complete and when i had problems, the customer service helped me to sort out those error i was receiving when i used some different DVDs. The 2013 version is more complete because also there is burner installed in the software that allows u to burn the DVD after the shrinking, and all this automatically.
so i dont need to use anymore Nero and other burners combined with dvd shrink. Plus there is also a video converter and a blu ray converter too available in the software.

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