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    Hi people..
    I dun know if this is in the rite place...

    Well hopefully some1 cld help me...

    Well i have this movie tat i wanna "rip" to my hard disk...From a CD...Tat means to save in my C drive folder from a CDR cd....

    and i cant find the software or anything to do tat....

    i need help man...

    Somebody help me

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    is ti a DVD??

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    I use Eazy VCD pretty good program IMO. Now if you are wanting to make a backup you're gonna need like four more programs. Hope this helps.



    Edit: Here's a good site to get you started--www.dvdrhelp.com

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
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    No its VCD...

    And tat site does not help much...
    Its gives help for DVD only

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    I know it says dvdr help but it will help you with just about everything you need to get started with vcds also. Matter of fact i think there is two sister sites dvdrhelp.com and vcdhelp.com. I would start there and then any details you need help with, you should come back here.

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    The File itself is accesiable. Just browse the CD in explorer and the movie is in one of the folder. (you should be able to tell by the size). Then just copy this to your HDD and rename it as a .mpeg. Easy!

    Dave

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    does alcohol 120 also ripp Dvds?

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