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What is the best DVD Decrypter

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by kbcj, Feb 11, 2007.

  1. kbcj

    kbcj Member

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    I have serched the internet and there are so many DVD Decrpters at a wide range of prices, what is the best in your opinion and is there any good ones that are free to download?
     
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    RipIt4Me
     
  3. kbcj

    kbcj Member

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    Thank you! it's going to take some time to fully understand the WHOLE concept but I buned my first one and it worked good in player!
    thanks for your help!!
     
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    dialysis1 Regular member

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    Glad to hear it worked.
     
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    I like DVDFab Decrypter.
     
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    I use DvdFab Decrypter along with Nero and have not had a DVD that I could not back up using the two. DVDfab is free and is always updated.
     
  7. smurf316

    smurf316 Guest

    it's really just a matter of preferance. for a freebie I would look at Dvdfab decrypter or Ripit4me. both are free and both are updated often. if you wanna paid decrypter you can go with Anydvd. my personnel favorite is Dvdfab decrypter which i consider to be as good as Anydvd and it's free. the more you copy you develope a fav and just stick to what ever you like. for the most part they all work fine.
     
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    I just tried the DVDFab/Nero Recode combo to make quicktime compatible MP4s. Nero recode seems really quick, I was running at 170FPS during my first try. The finished vid worked just fine on my media hub.

    I was thinking that Nero Digital would be proprietary mp4 but it works just fine.
     
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    DVD Decrypter was the best for freeware. But I think now DVD Fab Decrypter is the best out there for freeware.

    However I still use DVD Decrypter with AnyDvd in the background for 90% of my rips.

    Strat
     
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    DVD Decrypter with DVD Shrink has always served me well. AnyDVD for those little buggers!
     
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    DVD Fab Decryptor is my new favorite. But I still use DVD Decrypter and DVD Shrink as well.
     
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    RipIt4Me and DVDFab Decrypter for me hands down. Yep, and the best of all is that they're both FREE, meaning it cost you nothing.

    Here are some FREE guides http://www.dvdplusvideo.com/A_F_Guides.html (Featuring guides by alkohol and fasfrank; guides including RipIt4Me and DVDFab Decrypter). All you need to do is read and follow them.

    Best of luck!!
     
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    RipIt4Me is the one I use with the awesome Imgburn - even better now its on v2.2...
     

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