Video Software DVD Recording DVD2AVI Ripper

DVD2AVI Ripper 3.7.0.85 for Windows

by Protectedsoft

Avg. Rating 3.4 (20 votes)

File Details

File Size 8.6 MB
License Shareware, $19.95
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,506
Publisher Protectedsoft
Homepage DVD2AVI Ripper

Publisher's Description

DVD2AVI Ripper is a powerful and easy-to-use tool that lets you make backups of your home DVD movies. It can produce high quality AVI (DivX, XviD, MPEG4, etc.) video files. You can select subtitle language, audio track, output file resolution and frame rate, and zoom. The software also supports a preview in a window.

Latest Reviews

joseph187

joseph187 reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 31, 2006

Works well enough for freeware. It has some glitches.
You eventually learn to work around most of its little quirks.

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 15, 2006

Try Dr. Divx 2, DivX Create or AutoGK 2.27(choose xvid or divx; it MUST be 2.27 or later). Get the latest files even if Beta. AutoGK auto installs Xvid. You'll need to install the Divx yourself. I don't know if the Divx 6 encoding codec times out or just the main Create program.

AutoGK is the best starter method. Dr. DivX is more complicated but a very good choice once you know what you are doing. Divx Create gives few choices but does work and is definitely worth keeping an eye on.

Whatever you use, try experimenting with converting SMALL files such as DVD vob segments or divx movie trailers to get a feel for the software without wasting much time. (also you can compare quality between settings this way. Use VideoInspector or other similar program to right-click and easily determine bitrates of videofiles)

If you don't care about the format, Nero is the easiest with best quality. The Nero Standard MP4 file can be converted to view in a Divx player with MP4CAM2AVI.

shagger1

shagger1 reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 14, 2006

Works pretty well but no configuration for codec used-you need to go into your codec and set it but it at least gets the audio in sync with the video-worth a try at least.

acsmax

acsmax reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 10, 2006

Very bad, the program seems to have proper will (it functions when it wants). With me some times it made what he fulfilled, but others it gave some error when he was in 99% or he did not show nada(mas when I reproduce the archive the same is damaged). I believe that one program that comes to make what this says to make comes to be Shareware, good that I was finding I find odd a program with a so interesting function to be freeware.

Drama

Drama reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 9, 2006

Damn!!! This is by far the best ripper/encoder I've used yet.

Avg. Rating 3.4 (20 votes)
Your Rating
joseph187

joseph187 reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 31, 2006

Works well enough for freeware. It has some glitches.
You eventually learn to work around most of its little quirks.

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 15, 2006

Try Dr. Divx 2, DivX Create or AutoGK 2.27(choose xvid or divx; it MUST be 2.27 or later). Get the latest files even if Beta. AutoGK auto installs Xvid. You'll need to install the Divx yourself. I don't know if the Divx 6 encoding codec times out or just the main Create program.

AutoGK is the best starter method. Dr. DivX is more complicated but a very good choice once you know what you are doing. Divx Create gives few choices but does work and is definitely worth keeping an eye on.

Whatever you use, try experimenting with converting SMALL files such as DVD vob segments or divx movie trailers to get a feel for the software without wasting much time. (also you can compare quality between settings this way. Use VideoInspector or other similar program to right-click and easily determine bitrates of videofiles)

If you don't care about the format, Nero is the easiest with best quality. The Nero Standard MP4 file can be converted to view in a Divx player with MP4CAM2AVI.

shagger1

shagger1 reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 14, 2006

Works pretty well but no configuration for codec used-you need to go into your codec and set it but it at least gets the audio in sync with the video-worth a try at least.

acsmax

acsmax reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 10, 2006

Very bad, the program seems to have proper will (it functions when it wants). With me some times it made what he fulfilled, but others it gave some error when he was in 99% or he did not show nada(mas when I reproduce the archive the same is damaged). I believe that one program that comes to make what this says to make comes to be Shareware, good that I was finding I find odd a program with a so interesting function to be freeware.

Drama

Drama reviewed v1.0.0.10 on Mar 9, 2006

Damn!!! This is by far the best ripper/encoder I've used yet.

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