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Alternative to ANYDVD

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by cntgifts, Nov 25, 2006.

  1. cntgifts

    cntgifts Guest

    Anydvd dotn seem to like my computer

    i usually use anydvd along with dvdshring then burn with nero

    is there a better way or an alternative to anydvd

    What are the best programs to use

    it dont matter what the price is as whatever it its worth it
     
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    you just beat me to it creaky, i was also going to post alkohols guide. lol. you can't go wrong with it.
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    i myself find that DVDFab Decrypter is all that's needed, very very rare i have to do anything else, apart from when i couldn't do 'The Break-Up' with DVDFab 3.0.3.5, i got it done in the end with 3.0.3.8 Beta.
    We in the UK get most movies after ever bugger-else in the world, so all the encryption crap has generally been beaten by the time we get our movies/program updates

    *edited for crap spelling/grammar*
     
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    I agree with creaky. Anydvd is a great program but it conflicted with other programs I had. So far dvdfab decrypter has been all that I needed as long as I had the newest version.
     
  8. cntgifts

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    im gettign dvdfab platnium
     
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    I've got DVDFAB 3.0.3.8 shareware version and it worked, but it didn't compress the movie, so at the moment I've got a 5.5 GB folder with the ripped movie but I can't put it in a 4 GB DVD.

    How could I compress it? any suggestions?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    tell me you've heard of DVD Shrink ? :)


    (there was a time we didn't need programs other than DVD Shrink as Shrink would bypass the encryptions AND do the shrinking, but these days we have to use the likes of DVDFab/AnyDVD etc to deal with the encryptions that Shrink can't, but we can then use DVD Shrink to do the shrinking)
     
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    Yes Creaky,

    thanks, I've got it, I simply didn't notice that Shrink has the option to open a folder beside a disc,

    I have shrunk the file by Shrink! :))

    Thks a lot!
     
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    creaky Moderator Staff Member

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    cool. absolutely, Shrink is still a fantastic program. DVDFab Decrypter (the free one) also has some nifty extra features it seems, but i'm too lazy to check them out)
     

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