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What is the best free tool to convert a DVDrip

Discussion in 'Copy DVD to DVDR' started by JMT74, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. JMT74

    JMT74 Member

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    I just bought a DVD burner that has Nero. The Nero software seems very limited. I have this movie that has an extention that needs to be encoded in order to burn it to a DVD. What is the best free software to do this with?I tried DVD Flick. It takes forever so I aborted.
     
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    DVD flick is free, so is patience. SO Patience. Think of patience as a gift from the almighty.
     
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    Ok. Then what is the best quickest DVD burning software out there? Free or Paid I don't care.
     
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    if your talking just flat out burning a dvd(backingup) in my opinion clonedvd2 is awsome.its a pay program(works great with anydvd) both from slysoft.com

    now if your talking converting xvid to dvd then a program called convertXtodvd is awsome but it is a little slow itself too...
     
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    cincyrob- I Guess you gave up on getting Regulated ? Yeah it can be tough finding the Right laxative LOL!!!!!!!!!!! Ironic though You put The Big Ten in your Sig ? I just backed up the move The Ten ! Though I don't think it has anything to do with sports !!!!!!!!! Anyway I agree with the Anydvd/Clone DVD2 combo Heads up If your backing up Mr.Woodcock the Beta of anydvd version 6.3.0.9 along with cloneDvd2 will do it ! Though I can't take credit for being first to find that out ! I was having problems with that one and found the Mojo on post about it by Binkie 7 & several others and to their credit it works ! Good luck & happy burning buddy ! Ps#1 What ever happened to the Greensman ????
     
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    @bigtoxy
    our green friend is still here...lol he is spending time in the PC building thread.he i sin the middle of a build of his own...check out the dumpster dive thread....
     
  7. 1bonehead

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    Sometimes proggies cannot dictate speed of process, but high speed core 2 duo (Intel) and fast FSB with 4Gigs of Ram can do wonders. But that means a new pc. That is the issue, speed correct?
     
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    Convertxtodvd takes on average 20mins for me, i've not yet timed DVD Flick; i'm using a Quad Core Q6600.
     
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    @Creaky, I'm jealous, but u have to contend with Vista, as I have good ol' Xp. HaHa
     
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    Blasphemy; i don't and won't let Vista anywhere near any of my machines :p
     
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    well i guess its to much for my little celeron D...lol
    take me about 45min to ahour t ouse convertX adn i cant do anything else with the puter as it use's up all the CPU

    so i guess if ya have 3 other cores to use you got it made...lol
     
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    At the highest quality settings DVD Flick takes an hour or slightly under to convert, author and burn most full-length feature films to DVD. (My specs are below). Occasionally it may go a tad over, but 1 hour is more or less the standard for most programs with average specs.
     

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