Need to convert your videos? Download WinX DVD Ripper - FREE!

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To quote CNET:

Want to archive your DVDs to your hard drive? Convert them for viewing on your iPhone or Zune HD? What you need is a good DVD ripper.

From now until September 30, Digiarty Software is giving away WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, which normally sells for $24.95.

Just pop a DVD in your drive, fire up the program, and choose an output format: AVI, MP4, WMV, iPhone, PSP, 3GP, or any of half a dozen others.

DVD Ripper Platinum has a clean, simple interface; I think that most users will have zero trouble using the program. Advanced users have the option of tweaking video and audio settings, like bit rate and resolution.

I just tried the program with a DVD of mine, and it worked quickly and flawlessly. I'd recommend disabling subtitles, which are enabled by default.

There are, of course, some decent freeware rippers out there, most notably Handbrake and DVD Fab, but WinX DVD Ripper Platinum offers a friendly interface, a flotilla of output options, and the satisfaction of getting for free something that's usually $25.

Score!
WinX DVD Ripper Platinum
 

psylichon

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You don't know how close I came to mindlessly deleting this thread and banning you, Evo... :eek:k:eek:k
 

psylichon

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You have to understand, I delete about a half dozen threads with titles like this from spammers in the wee hours of the morning. Same ones every night... it's crazy.
 
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I apologize, Dave. I don't consider myself a spammer, but I understand if you must delete it. I know some people here needed help on conversion, so just thought I'd offer help. :)
 

psylichon

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No, I know you're not a spammer. You're just lucky I noticed it was you who posted this one. :)
 

acosmichippo

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Videora and handbrake are also free.
 
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Well, I do have one other program I've used for a long time, as it does the job for just about any video format, but I'll give Dave a break. :p
 

bigblues

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Skying said:
quite interesting, haha
I guess Skying needs to put some B.S. posts under his/her belt, rather than giving some beneficial input!

ANSWER to our question: You will find the "Subtitles" in the "Output Settings" menu.