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Old 08-12-2007, 01:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Quick question for the pro's. Been watching some DVDs in the .avi format, and they are all saying right around 699mb, for filesize. Now when I rip one of my DVD's to my hard drive, I use DVD Decrypter which makes them into .vob's and the file size is like 7gb and all split up,,, is there a way just to copy one of my own dvds to my hard drive as 1 file size, being an avi or divx or whatever... Using one program thats kind of quick? Or how do I do this? Without converting every vob and merging them into one AVI... lol Input would be great thanks.
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Old 08-12-2007, 03:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Wise DVD to AVI Converter Download

Haven't tried it myself, I usually just use Dr. Divx or AlltoAvi to convert the .vob files, but WISE looks like what you want.
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I use a very simple program called FairUse Wizard. It rips straight from DVD, into one single movie file.
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sweet, thanks
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use autogk or windvdcopy. they are the best. autogk is free. get an older version as they stripped some feature out of the latest ones to stay out of trouble
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I've been using Xilisoft DVD Ripper and it has worked out pretty well for me.
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Just downloaded autogk and it looks awesome.
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Old 08-16-2007, 03:27 AM   #9 (permalink)
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nice,, im gonna try out autogk,,, i just tried fairuse, it crash's in vista sometimes.. also i dont like the output quality... its weird and hard to change.
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