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best dvd ripper

by summi / November 16, 2004 3:24 PM PST

i just want to know that if i ve to install a dvd ripper then which one is best suited to my pc and which one is best..i don't bother abt the freeware or shareware ..

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Re: best dvd ripper
by TONI H / November 16, 2004 7:41 PM PST
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There aren't any legal programs you can buy anymore that can actually rip a dvd (such as a rented or purchased movie) because of copyright/pirating laws. You can find copy programs, but if the dvd you are copying has copyrighted material on it, it will prevent a true exact copy and your end results will not be what you will be happy with.


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Re: best dvd ripper = none.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 16, 2004 9:31 PM PST
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You didn't tell why you needed to rip a DVD. While DVDSHRINK will duplicate most DVDs without much fuss, a "rip" is done for other reasons such as you want to edit the contents.

Nothing in your post gives what would make such "best". Be sure to avoid asking for "best" and then not telling what criteria would make it best.


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