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post #1 of 7 Old 01-15-2013, 08:30 AM - Thread Starter
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Getting ready to digitize my DVD's, any suggestions as to a good free ripping software? I'd also like the ability to re burn the files to be playable in a DVD in the future.

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You can use the trial version of AnyDVD for 15 or 30 days and it is fully functional during that period.
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thanks! I'll check that out.

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DVD Shrink, DVD Decrypter, and Handbrake.
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DVD only? DVD Shrink still works on most DVDs, DVD Fab has a free DVD Decrypter that works on most of the rest. The free DVD Fab lags the paid version by a couple weeks when it comes to updates, so if you have a new DVD it won't do today it will in a couple weeks. Rip to Folders or ISO and use ImgBurn to put them back on blank DVDs.
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Are there any new releases on dvd now? Or do the just come as extras in a Blu-ray combo pack? I honestly don't know as I haven't been in the market for a dvd in quite some time.

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Yes, pretty much all new releases are still available as a separate DVD release (DVD still accounts for a big chunk of new release sales)
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