Video Software Conversion AoA DVD Ripper

AoA DVD Ripper 5.5.7 for Windows

by AoA Media, Inc.

Avg. Rating 3.7 (29 votes)

File Details

File Size 6.0 MB
License Shareware, $34.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,980
Publisher AoA Media, Inc.
Homepage AoA DVD Ripper

Publisher's Description

AoA DVD RIPPER provides a fast, easy way to copy your favorite DVD movies onto hard drive in high quality AVI, DivX, VCD and SVCD formats. You can extract original movie sound track from DVD. Back up your dvd in just 3 easy setps. AoA DVD RIPPER also lets you easily select your favorite DVD clips or chapters to copy. With AoA DVD RIPPER, you can take your DVD's on the plane, train or automobile, watch them on your computer, laptop or pocket pc on vacation, at work or at school.

Latest Reviews

IVaN_000

IVaN_000 reviewed v4.0.2 on Sep 5, 2006

Nice. I'm looking for an application like this one, but I need to manually adjust MPEG compression.

Anthony88

Anthony88 reviewed v3.86 on Dec 14, 2005

Seems to have every facility to convert to DivX. I recently bought a portable mutimedia reocrder and need to get DVDs onto hard disk without too many pieces of software needed.

Brucek

Brucek reviewed v3.8.2 on Oct 13, 2005

The setup was amazingly simple. Install the program pick a directory and you can start encoding from there. The first time I tried to rip a dvd it said it was locked, but told me to try and run the dvd one time and then try ripping it again. Worked fine after that. I've tried Nero, Dr. Divx, and several others and I like AoA the best.

Avg. Rating 3.7 (29 votes)
Your Rating
IVaN_000

IVaN_000 reviewed v4.0.2 on Sep 5, 2006

Nice. I'm looking for an application like this one, but I need to manually adjust MPEG compression.

Anthony88

Anthony88 reviewed v3.86 on Dec 14, 2005

Seems to have every facility to convert to DivX. I recently bought a portable mutimedia reocrder and need to get DVDs onto hard disk without too many pieces of software needed.

Brucek

Brucek reviewed v3.8.2 on Oct 13, 2005

The setup was amazingly simple. Install the program pick a directory and you can start encoding from there. The first time I tried to rip a dvd it said it was locked, but told me to try and run the dvd one time and then try ripping it again. Worked fine after that. I've tried Nero, Dr. Divx, and several others and I like AoA the best.

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