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Ripping a DVD+R to AVI or MOV

By strollingbones2 | "strollingbones2" <strollingbones2@...> | strollingbones2
July 26, 2005 | Post #18132 | Topic #18132

Hey Gang, I have not the slightest interest in pirating commercial DVDs (I'm a Netflix subscriber, so why bother?) but I do have some uncopyrighted videos on DVD+R that I want to rip and recycle into other products. I have poked around on the web a bit, and all the info I can find seems directed at movie pirates and involves some rather elaborate efforts to defeat the DVD copy protections. Does anybody have a simple, one or two step solution to take a homemade DVD+R and rip into a MOV or AVI file? Thanks in advance! Eric http://strollingbones.blogspot.com [View]



Re: [videoblogging] Ripping a DVD+R to AVI or MOV

By Jack Nelson | Jack Nelson <jack@...> | mexiculture
July 26, 2005 | Post #18134 | Topic #18132

What platform are you working on, Mac or Windows? On Jul 26, 2005, at 9:53 AM, strollingbones2 wrote: > Hey Gang, > > I have not the slightest interest in pirating commercial DVDs (I'm a > Netflix subscriber, so why bother?) but I do have some uncopyrighted > videos on DVD+R that I want to rip and recycle into other products. > > I have poked around on the web a bit, and all the info I can find seems > directed at movie pirates and involves some rather elaborate efforts to > defeat the DVD copy protections. > > Does anybody have a simple, one or two step solution to take a homemade > DVD+R and rip into a MOV or AVI file? > > Thanks in advance! > > Eric > http://strollingbones.blogspot.com > > > > > > Yahoo! Groups Links > > > > > > [View]



Re: Ripping a DVD+R to AVI or MOV

By strollingbones2 | "strollingbones2" <strollingbones2@...> | strollingbones2
July 26, 2005 | Post #18136 | Topic #18132

Windows XP, should have mentioned that up front. Thanks. Eric http://strollingbones.blogspot.com --- In videoblogging@yahoogroups.com, Jack Nelson <jack@b...> wrote: > What platform are you working on, Mac or Windows? > > On Jul 26, 2005, at 9:53 AM, strollingbones2 wrote: > > > Hey Gang, > > > > I have not the slightest interest in pirating commercial DVDs (I'm a > > Netflix subscriber, so why bother?) but I do have some uncopyrighted > > videos on DVD+R that I want to rip and recycle into other products. > > > > I have poked around on the web a bit, and all the info I can find seems > > directed at movie pirates and involves some rather elaborate efforts to > > defeat the DVD copy protections. > > > > Does anybody have a simple, one or two step solution to take a homemade > > DVD+R and rip into a MOV or AVI file? > > > > Thanks in advance! > > > > Eric > > http://strollingbones.blogspot.com > > > > > > > > > > > > Yahoo! Groups Links > > > > > > > > > > > > [View]