I am looking at copying some movies of DVD's to my computer all I want on my computer is The movie and none of the special features. I was wondering if there is a program that is easy to use so all I have to do is put the DVD in and tell it to copy the movie to my computer is there such a program and if so what is it and where could I get it. I know of Gordian Knot and DVD decrypter but I can't really get my head around it as all I can get it to do is get the picture with no sound. Any help woith this will be greatly appreciated.
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If you want to make them 700mb you arn't going to just copy them off the cd. You are going to need to encode them into a diff format like .avi using a divx, xvid, etc codec/encoder. I haven't dabbled much in that but I'm sure google could tell you all about it
Your link for DVD Shrink is down ... the primary d/l site ... got another that works?
Edit: I found one of the alt mirrows ... nm
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for that size, as said above, you will need to convert to a different file format. I'd reccomend Xvid, kinda the freeware version of DivX. It's slightly better too. I have **cough** downloaded **cough** some movies which was in Xvid format and the quality is great. The file sizes were about 700-800Mb
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guy what your saying is making no sense, like someone stated up above... you can buy 100 blank DVDs for aronud 35$ and you can get what like 100 blank cd-rs for like 23$ or so maybe alittle less.. the point is this, You wasting a [-peep-] load of time to burn to a crappy quality disc, when you can burn the entire movie in about 50 minutes and have exact DVD quality. why the hell would you wanna take around freggin 2 hrs and then through all that time watch a quality thats just as [-peep-] as VHS? lol
idn man you might wanna rethink what your saying. Also you obviously have a dvd BURNER correct? i mean that is around 50$ at newegg..
i think you should just reformatt your thinking alittle and i think the best solution is obvious here.