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comparison several type of dvd ripper software
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Post 1 made on Monday August 20, 2007 at 04:13
lucycat2
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DVD is a popular video format.It has excellent quality ,so many people persue it.With sorts of video products came in,people wish to get a software that support dvd formats. DVD ripper meets the need.I have used several kinds of dvd ripper software and compared them in the following. I hope I can give some help to people who love dvds.

Imtoo:
Price: $35 size: 4.1MB
The preview panel is small and it is not available to edit it.
If you use the try version,It will pop up a widow of reminding you to rigiste time to time,that is boring.However,the conversion quality and speed is satifatied among the same type of software.

moyea:
Price: $35 size: 5.9MB
This is a new one.I knowed it only a few days,but it has a frindly interface,so the operation is easy.It can edit your dvd's chapter,enable you to select the parts what you like. The quality and conversion speed is also excellent. But to pople use try version,there will be a watermark added in the file.

xilisoft:
Price: $35 size: 4.18MB
This is a old brand,but not give me surpising.It is almost the same to Imtoo, and also unable to edit video and chip a picture.

GoldLeo
Price: $29.95 size:2.11MB
I don't know why it place on the page 1 of google with the keyword of "dvd ripper".The interface is confusion,and the formats which you can converter is pity.Opertion
is compex. I canít find advantages of this softwares except the cheap pirice.

1#
Price: $34.95 size 4MB
using the try version just converter 50%.

Aimersoft
Price: $45 size: 4.78MB
Basisly same to Moyea ,also a great one.Contain watermark in the try version
Post 2 made on Monday August 20, 2007 at 11:33
OTAHD
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Why pay for what you can get for free? DVDFab Decrypter, DVD Shrink, etc.
LET'S GO BUFFALO!!!
Post 3 made on Monday August 20, 2007 at 12:25
JustPlainDon
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On August 20, 2007 at 11:33, OTAHD said...
Why pay for what you can get for free? DVDFab Decrypter,
DVD Shrink, etc.

I couldn't agree more with OTAHD. A good source of tools for making backup copies of DVDs you own is videohelp.com. It's a very complete resource for all things dealing with digital video. You can find links to software, user's ratings of the software & guides to using the software.

L8r,
Don
When in doubt, mumble.
OP | Post 4 made on Wednesday August 22, 2007 at 02:54
lucycat2
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videohelp.com is a nice website. There are lots of tools.
I think a dvd lover would want to get a convertion software which has high quality,so cheap charge software is a good choice.
Post 5 made on Wednesday August 22, 2007 at 21:26
OTAHD
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What kind of conversion do you need? Super Video Converter does every conversion I could ever think of...for free.
LET'S GO BUFFALO!!!


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