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    At the moment our KS1 Assistant Head had decided he would like some old educational DVD's that he has found backing up to an AVI file so that it can be held on the network and ran from a mapped drive etc.

    I have checked and there is no copyright infringement as these are from the DFE but the problem is every time time I try to copy the DVD to avi it copies each individual Vob file to an avi and all I want is the whole disk as one complete avi file, I have tried selecting just the .ifo file as well and that did nothing either.

    Can anyone suggest a piece of software that might do it, I don't mind paying for it as its use would be invaluable.

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    Freemake is pretty good, or just join the seperate avis together with avidemux or similar

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    I Use DVD Studio - A fantastic free suite of utilities: Free software: video converter, audio converter, youtube converter

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    Moving to AV and Multimedia forum.

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    Thanks guys I will have a look, just trying ansygoodmans suggestion at the moment and it look quite promising

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    DVD Shrink has always been fantastic for me, quick, free and easy to use

    dvdshrink.org: FREE Backup Solution for your DVD movies!

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    Does it have to be an .AVI file?

    I swear by Handbreak to rip video from DVD, It outputs as MP4. If that's any good to you?

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    I did try handbrake but the output was multiple mp4 files instead of one complete file.

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    Depends how many you want to do, but Magic DVD Ripper - rip DVD to hard drive or blank DVD is what we use. Free trial etc if there's not millions.

    Can choose as seperate or single files, whatever filetype blablah

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