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DVD Rip


swood

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What's the best free DVD ripping software. I've tried using Windows default ripping software but it doesn't work on our DVD player. I've also tried Nero but it doesn't rip all movie file types.

What free DVD ripping software handles all movie file types and doesn't take up to much hard drive space?

Thanks a lot

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swood

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Just downloaded 2 different DVD rippers and it seems they don't recognise .avi files :(.

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swood

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Just noticed i put i'm looking for a DVD rip. I meant i'm looking for a DVD burner

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Kevscar1

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Windows DVD maker
never had any problems with that and it recognises avi,s

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Strawballs

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CD BurnerXP click here The name is misleading it will burn DVD's but it won't rip copyright films

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Blueeye0210

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Try Nidesoft dvd ripper!

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tullie

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He doesent want one.

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conrail

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try this, click here 30 free trial, if you like it fine, if you don't, it's cost you nothing, version 9 is slighly cheaper

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conrail

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sorry, that should say 30 day free trial, must get a keyboard that can spell!!

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