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    Is there a good free program that will rip DVD's to my hard drive easily.

    I have quite a few movies that I want to rip to my daughters netbook so she doesn't have to worry about carrying the external dvd drive all the time.

    your help is appreciated.
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    You can give this a shot.

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    Forget that, get DVD Decryptor. 100% free, does a perfect job.
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    thanks killer.

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    But... The link I provided also said DvdDecrypter D=
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jubbabubba View Post
    But... The link I provided also said DvdDecrypter D=
    ok, thanks jubba. do you feel better now.....lol

    Now will this allow me to just play the movies from the hard drive as if it were the dvd?
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    Yes, by default the program will rip the DVD into a VIDEO_TS folder, if you have VLC added to your context menus you can just right click that folder and select 'Play with VLC' and it'll load the DVD. If it's not in your context menu, open VLC, choose Media, Open Folder, and browse to the VIDEO_TS folder.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jubbabubba View Post
    But... The link I provided also said DvdDecrypter D=
    Ah sorry, didn't click your link, I just assumed it was an Alcolhol product going by the link.
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    Yes.. I feel a little better.

    Almost had to cry myself to sleep there. <_< >_>

    And it's cool I was just joking. ^_^
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    DVD decrypter will work fine for most things, but its outdated and will not work on most newer DVDs (especially DL ones) so if it fails (should say something like cyclic redundancy check) then just use anydvd from slysoft (comes with a free trial uninstall when done and wipe registry with CCleaner) SlySoft AnyDVD | any dvd, region free, dvd copy, copy dvd movies, dvd decoder, dvd ripper, macrovision, dvd copying software




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    You can also use DVDFab, free to use for 30 days and has a mobile option that works superb. If you have an old program that wont work with newer movies, you can try DVD43. It works in the background to remove copyright protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geek9 View Post
    DVD decrypter will work fine for most things, but its outdated and will not work on most newer DVDs (especially DL ones) so if it fails (should say something like cyclic redundancy check) then just use anydvd from slysoft (comes with a free trial uninstall when done and wipe registry with CCleaner) SlySoft AnyDVD | any dvd, region free, dvd copy, copy dvd movies, dvd decoder, dvd ripper, macrovision, dvd copying software
    CRC errors are nothing to do with encryption methods on the DVD, they're down to bad discs, errors. See here. DVD Decryptor will rip any DVD, there haven't been any new types of copy protection since the final version was released a few years ago.
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    The movie "UP" has a new type of copyright protection, so did "District 9". I dont think DVD Decrypter will work on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Guapo View Post
    The movie "UP" has a new type of copyright protection, so did "District 9". I dont think DVD Decrypter will work on them.
    Fair enough, they're few and far between though, I've not had an Issue with any discs on DVD Decrypter. The CRC errors Geek mentioned are still unrelated though.
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    True, also if your DVDs are scratched and in poor condition, your DVD ripping/decrypting program will give you errors even though you can still play the DVD on your DVD player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by El Guapo View Post
    True, also if your DVDs are scratched and in poor condition, your DVD ripping/decrypting program will give you errors even though you can still play the DVD on your DVD player.
    Yup, that is when the CRC errors usually occur, or if it's a DVD+/-R, it may be a bad burn, and the drive can't read it.
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