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Postby jellybaby on Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:04 pm

I have an android tablet that can play dvds obviously they have to be put on memory card i have a 32 gig in it.
What i need aparently is a program to rip the dvd to the pc. Looking for a free program that will rip normal dvds thats so simple even my dog can use it.
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Re: DVD to PC

Postby Monster Truck on Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:13 pm

I use winxdvd they do a free one but its doesn't do Disney DVD's
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Re: DVD to PC

Postby carlisletiger on Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:19 pm

try dvd decrypter , ive used it just so i can back up all my precious originals of course . someone once mentioned a site called VUZE which is apparently very good for downloading software ,games ,music and films and therefor cuts out the need for a dvd ripper .
I cannot condone the use of such torrent sites as Vuze (but its bloody good)!errmmm so ive been told :wink:
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Re: DVD to PC

Postby Robfog on Thu Feb 07, 2013 9:36 pm

I use this for work, when clients need their own discs ripping. Never had a problem with it. Its cross platform MAC/PC

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Re: DVD to PC

Postby vauxsqueeks on Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:15 pm


Try http://www.dvdfab.com

They do a free version that puts the logo into the screen every few minutes, other than that its ok. Older versions dont do this.. And will run for 30 days. The paid for version is about £30 but it will rip anything including removal of copy protection on the latest dvd's and this is updated regularly or as required.

Will also convert dvd to mobile format - so you dont waste loads of storage space on your card.
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