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    DVD to AVI

    Anyone know of a good DVD ripper thats preferably free? i have to transfer DVD's that have a load of school plays on and stuff into movie maker and i dont have the budget for the necessary hardware/softare option. so i figured if i could rip the DVD's into AVI then i could import the result into movie maker and voila!!

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    Re: DVD to AVI

    here is very useful aswell

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    Re: DVD to AVI

    VideoHelp Has a lot of tutorials on how to convert between formats as does the above post on doom9.org.

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    Re: DVD to AVI

    cheers fellow geeks, very much appreciated

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    Re: DVD to AVI

    Handbrake, Totally free, cross platform, lots of formats, nice and easy to user, Gordon KNot on Doom9 is a bit of a pain

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    Re: DVD to AVI

    MagicDVD Ripper. Free for 30 days trial.

    http://www.magicdvdripper.com/

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    Re: DVD to AVI

    I would DVDx aswell but i use a old copy of WINavi when there was a freeware version

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    Re: DVD to AVI

    Have you tried the following :

    VirtualDub, DVD2AVI, or Mpeg2AVI

    Also assuming that the VOB files are not encrypted you can open them directly with premiere elements which should cost no more than £35 (available since version 2) or change the extension to .mpg and import them into premiere pro.

    Richard

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