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nodle

Administrator
For backing up your (legal) dvds.

AnyDVD works in the background to automatically remove the copy protection of a DVD movie as soon as its inserted into the drive, allowing you then to backup the movie using a DVD backup tool such as CloneDVD and CloneDVD mobile. You can also remove the RPC region code, thereby making the movie region free and viewable on any DVD player and with any DVD player software.AnyDVD is capable of removing unwanted movie features, including subtitles and prohibition messages such as copyright and FBI warnings. It also allows you to launch an external application whenever you insert or remove a disc, or prevent PC-friendly software from automatically launching when you insert a video DVD.
Decryption is not all that AnyDVD offers. You can control the drive speed of your DVD drive, allowing you to reduce the noise level when watching movies on your PC. You can even adjust the display frequency of your monitor for both NTSC and PAL displays.
http://www.slysoft.com/en/anydvd.html

 

nodle

Administrator
DVD43 is a free decrypter. This site will help you find DVD43 so you don't have to pay money for a decrypter.  At the bottom of this page you will find links to several sites which host DVD43, a list of software that works well with DVD43 and a list of DVD copy review sites in case you are looking for a DVD copy program.
http://www.dvd43.com/

 

LK

New member
I believe I mentioned handbrake to you boarder  :)

If you use the Mac here are the tools I use to legally back up my DVDs:

MacTheRipper - Removes the encryption

Toast - Fit-to-disk compression and burning

Not free...but work nearly 100% of the time. 

 

ndboarder

Well-known member
I believe I mentioned handbrake to you boarder  :)
If you use the Mac here are the tools I use to legally back up my DVDs:

MacTheRipper - Removes the encryption

Toast - Fit-to-disk compression and burning

Not free...but work nearly 100% of the time. 
You did mention Handbrake... my understanding is that it works great to get your media into formats for other devices, such as an iPod, PS3, PSP, Apple TV, etc.

 

ndboarder

Well-known member
I wonder how this works for the PSP?
Not sure... i won't be doing it tonight, but i should try it out one day.  From discussion with LK, you should basically just have choose from a drop down to tell it to optimize encoding for a PSP (or any of the other devices) and it will do the rest.  There is also apparently the ability to fine tune the settings.  I think we need more info that just "It does"

 

nodle

Administrator
I wonder how this works for the PSP?
Not sure... i won't be doing it tonight, but i should try it out one day.  From discussion with LK, you should basically just have choose from a drop down to tell it to optimize encoding for a PSP (or any of the other devices) and it will do the rest.  There is also apparently the ability to fine tune the settings.  I think we need more info that just "It does"
I have used http://www.pspvideo9.com/ It's free and does work good.

 

ndboarder

Well-known member
I wonder how this works for the PSP?
Not sure... i won't be doing it tonight, but i should try it out one day.  From discussion with LK, you should basically just have choose from a drop down to tell it to optimize encoding for a PSP (or any of the other devices) and it will do the rest.  There is also apparently the ability to fine tune the settings.  I think we need more info that just "It does"
I have used http://www.pspvideo9.com/ It's free and does work good.
That doesn't look too bad... Check out hand brake though.  I haven't tried it, but the advantages are that you can use it on Linux and Mac as well.  Good for nodle's that are trying linux and will soon grow to  :smt007 OS X

 
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