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Thread: Help - Dvd Ripping

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    I am using DvD shrink to Rip my Dvds, but i can't work out how to save them as video files to save them to my hard drive . Any ideas anyone?

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    try some of the tools here

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    Originally posted by child of the korn@20 June 2004 - 18:11
    I am using DvD shrink to Rip my Dvds, but i can't  work out how to save them as video files to save them to my hard drive . Any ideas anyone?
    DVD Shrink is used if you want to copy them onto another DVD for playing on a DVD player.

    It's not really for placing them onto your hdd, tho' you can if you want. If you want to do that then it's really a ripper you want, to convert them to avi files.

    For everything you need to know http://www.doom9.org/ is really your best bet.

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    I'd recommend DVD Decrypter and Auto Guardian Knot. Very easy to use
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  5. Movies & TV   -   #5
    Try some of my guides

    u dont need to burn the mpeg u can keep it on ur hd

    DVD 2 VCD

    Easy VCD

  6. Movies & TV   -   #6
    Okay&#33; Thanks guys &#33; i&#39;ll just try out some of your ideas but I think this should be enough help for now&#33; THNX&#33;

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    hmm . Ive tried out ur first guide BC, but when i got to the part about ticking the boxes (VFAPI plugin) DVD2AVI wasn&#39;t one of the options , any ideas?

  8. Movies & TV   -   #8
    Never Mind , Got EVERYTHING WORKING now&#33; Turns out my DVD 2 AVI was an advanced version, wasn&#39;t yet supported by my TMPGEnc. Again, thanks everyone &#33;

  9. Movies & TV   -   #9
    Glad it worked out 4 u

    try using the Easy VCD Guide next time

    u may find it easier

  10. Movies & TV   -   #10
    Okay&#33; (hopefully)one last question: What is the best file type to save as for quality when i&#39;m playing the files on my computer?

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