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How to rip dvds on Win7

anyone know how to rip dvd movies to hard drive on windows 7?? any insight would be appreciated....

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Written on {{'2017-07-28T02:11:08-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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It it easy... if it is w7 not mac. You can download any kinds of rippers that offered on the internet like HandBrake https://handbrake.fr/ and DVD to MKV http://www.videoconverterfactory.com/tips/rip-dvd-to-mkv.html. But notice. To use handbrake to rip protected DVDs, you must download Libdvdcss, an exclusive and proprietary add-on of HandBrake.

Step 1. Add the DVD file to the interface and click to begin ripping.
Step 2. Choose the output format like MP4, AVI, and MKV.
Step 3 Begin ripping.

Written on {{'2010-07-21T14:52:02-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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You are most welcome. Fell free to ask any questions you can think of. I may not know all the answers, but I would be happy to help.
Written on {{'2010-07-21T13:43:20-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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thanks OmniNegro . you da man!
Written on {{'2010-07-21T12:34:59-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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Honestly, I have no idea what Nero can do. My opinion of Nero is that it is the most bloated pieces of excrement ever coded. :)

Imgburn is free and does everything you will need that Nero claims to do. And Daemon tools does everything else you may need.

Perhaps someone else can answer that question about Nero. I would not taint my browser by typing Nero into a search engine. :)

Written on {{'2010-07-21T11:40:52-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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let me get things straight because im a little confused. ImgBurn creates the image while daemon acts like a drive that will play the file on any media player.... Interesting.......can nero do any of this? is it necessary to use Daemon?
Written on {{'2010-07-21T11:37:56-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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never mind figured out how to delete em.
Written on {{'2010-07-21T11:28:51-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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sweet. how do i get rid of the image, just in case , because im tryin and i get a error message saying the file is open in the system and cant be deleted. Im assuming i have to close it down to delete. do copy right disks workd too?
Written on {{'2010-07-21T11:16:41-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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You already have. The image is the rip. It is a literal copy of the disc itself. When it is used with Daemon Tools you can remove the original and it will be like you have another copy of it in the drive made by Daemon Tools. :)

In this case, the word image is misleading. It is not an image like a picture. It is an container file that contains all the data that was on the disc.

Written on {{'2010-07-21T10:40:17-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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got it. now how do i rip the dvds on the hard drive. got Imgburn and created the image and now its with Daemon light
Written on {{'2010-07-21T05:34:28-07:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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An ISO file is a disc image. It is the file that is made by using Imgburn to make a disc image. When opened with Daemon tools it will look like you have another DVD drive that has that disc in it. It will work exactly the same as a real disc in a real drive.
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