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Old 11-22-2006, 08:18 AM   #1
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Good morning, I'm new to this site and it looks like this is where I could find some answers. I'm looking to rip DVD's to my hard drive/save them in different formats. Some of the movies I have purchased have become scratched and I would like to make copies to protect my investment.

What are some easy to use, free (or under $35) programs I could use to accomplish this task. Thanks for your input in advance~
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Old 11-22-2006, 12:40 PM   #2
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a1 dvd rip is good and it costs $33.95
http://www.dvdapp.com/dvd_ripper.htm

but if you only want to back up the dvd's cant you use nero etc to make an image of the disk
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dvdshrink its free
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Good morning, I'm new to this site and it looks like this is where I could find some answers. I'm looking to rip DVD's to my hard drive/save them in different formats. Some of the movies I have purchased have become scratched and I would like to make copies to protect my investment.

What are some easy to use, free (or under $35) programs I could use to accomplish this task. Thanks for your input in advance~
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DVDShrink is the best!

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