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    Rip DVDs?--Hypothetically speaking...

    Hypothetically speaking, of course... because I would never want to go awry of copyright laws. If I wanted to rip my DVDs and put them in my carputer does anybody know of any good software to do this with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wrongway
    Hypothetically speaking, of course... because I would never want to go awry of copyright laws. If I wanted to rip my DVDs and put them in my carputer does anybody know of any good software to do this with?
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    dvd shrink

    link ----> www.dvdshrink.org/

    i use this best program out there for the ummm " backup " of your dvd movies, and best part its freeeee ,

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    I was going to do the same thing... I did lots of searching around and found a program called DVD Decrypter... unfortunately my DVD ROM drive in my home PC seems to be shot so I never got to do a test run. I was going to rip my DVD's to my home PC and then transfer them to the carPC... after some thinking, I wasn't sure it wouldn't be better to just rip them to the carPC since I wasn't sure HOW I was gonna transfer them to the car efficiently.

    Anyway, thats some of what I know about that...

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    Thanks guys, this stuff looks good. Oh yeah... this was in the audio section because I could not find video
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    External USB 2.0 Hard Drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by coachreed
    I was going to do the same thing... I did lots of searching around and found a program called DVD Decrypter... unfortunately my DVD ROM drive in my home PC seems to be shot so I never got to do a test run. I was going to rip my DVD's to my home PC and then transfer them to the carPC... after some thinking, I wasn't sure it wouldn't be better to just rip them to the carPC since I wasn't sure HOW I was gonna transfer them to the car efficiently.

    Anyway, thats some of what I know about that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elderm007
    dvd shrink

    link ----> www.dvdshrink.org/

    i use this best program out there for the ummm " backup " of your dvd movies, and best part its freeeee ,
    This software is excellent, and free as well.

    Edit: Oh, and if you have a Mac: DVDBackup AND THEN: DVD2one AND THEN: Toast, to burn the DVD
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    My favorite program for ripping DVD's straight to DivX is Auto Gordian Knot (http://www.doom9.org/index.html?/autogk.htm).

    It is about as close to a one-click solution as you get. It will analyze the ripped VOB files and figure out all the optimal settings for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chut
    External USB 2.0 Hard Drive?
    Sometimes the SIMPLEST answers are the hardest to see! Thanks! Great idea!

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