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Old August 13th, 2004, 03:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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DVD ripping question.

is thare any way i can rip just the movie from a DVD not all the menus and extras to like a WVM or AVI type format?

a free program is what i need.

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Old August 13th, 2004, 04:28 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I got one from Wal mart for $10 called DVD Magic. Its not free but it for $10 it might as well be. It will allow you to rip to either DIVX, VCD or SVCD. The DIVX is a type of AVI file. Be prepared though this program takes about 5 hours to complete and is a resource hog and requires about 6GB of free Hard drive space to function. It needs all the HD space to temporarily house the ripped DVD before it converts it to AVI. It works really good otherwise. I prefer to use DVD Copy express as it rips and burns to an actual DVD but that requires a DVD Burner. The DVD Magic only requires a DVD drive and a CD burner. If you use the SVCD or VCD option you will have CD Movies that will play on a wide selection of DVD players for the home. My Sanyo won't play SVCDs but the cheap APEX DVD players and RCA DVD players will play them.
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