#1
hi,

im looking for a software that will copy a video from a dvd. not the iso image and not the vob files. but the avi or mp4 or wmv file from it. thank you
#3
That doesn't sound legal... What would you use it for?

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#5
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That doesn't sound legal... What would you use it for?

Backing up his DVD's so he can put them all on a hard drive to watch through a media centre or Xbox or something similar?

EDIT: Just google it, there's tonnes around.
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#8
Use DVD Ripper Platnium
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#9
Quote by consecutive e
Backing up his DVD's so he can put them all on a hard drive to watch through a media centre or Xbox or something similar?

EDIT: Just google it, there's tonnes around.

Idk how that works, but surely it would be just as easy to rip the .iso and use something like PowerISO to mount it...

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Idk how that works, but surely it would be just as easy to rip the .iso and use something like PowerISO to mount it...

but what i want to do with the videos is put them on my mp3 player and watch them from there when im on the way to school or something.

and iso's take up to much space
#11
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but what i want to do with the videos is put them on my mp3 player and watch them from there when im on the way to school or something.

and iso's take up to much space

Oh, that makes sense.

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#12
Quote by SteveHouse
Idk how that works, but surely it would be just as easy to rip the .iso and use something like PowerISO to mount it...

Rip DVD to .avi file.
Transfer to external HDD
Plug into media centre (basically a dvd player that reads movies off a hard drive instead of a disc), xbox, ps3, you get the idea.
Watch on T.V.

Perfectly legal as far as I know, as long as you own the DVD of course .

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but what i want to do with the videos is put them on my mp3 player and watch them from there when im on the way to school or something.

and iso's take up to much space

Or that yeah, lol.
#13
Xilisoft DVD Ripper Platinum always worked for me.
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