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can you rip a DVD to CD-R?

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by Vittro, Jan 21, 2005.

  1. Vittro

    Vittro Member

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    looked at a web page DVDSqueeze. says it can compress a DVD to CD-R (700MB!) with out hardly losing any quality, the screen shots look better than SVCD. (looked like DVD quality to me.) heres the site. www.dvdsqueeze.com i would like to back up my DVDs to CD if i can save me more money
     
  2. bardie

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    I just looked at this site. I guess it's up to you to what you wish to use but i'm a little sceptical that they claim it is as good a quality as a dvd, and onto a single disc as well!!
    I would have to see the finished product before I ever considered using/buying it.
    Good luck.
     
  3. climbhigh

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    Oh, I'm sure it will be all pixelated to the point of barely viewable. It's up to you, man.

    To be honest, I doubt it would be up to the level of VHS quality.
     
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  5. Vittro

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    hey thanks for the info guys. i figure its just better to back up my DVDs on a DVD-R, and rather not lose any quality. i found out that DVDDecrypter works best plus its free. :p
     
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    If I'm Not Mistaken, All the programs in Squeeze 5&6 are freeware. You can just download them.. Dont pay for packaging Vittro....
     
  7. biggiebig

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    dvdsqueeze worked the most efficiently in my opinion. highly recommended.
     

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