Video Software Conversion Super DVD Ripper

Super DVD Ripper 2.39 for Windows

by Tinysoft Corp.

Avg. Rating 3.3 (18 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.1 MB
License Shareware, $35.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 16,874
Publisher Tinysoft Corp.
Homepage Super DVD Ripper

Publisher's Description

Super DVD Ripper is an easy to use DVD ripping and copying software which can copy DVD to DIVX AVI files or MPEG1 or MPEG2 files. It can then copy DVD to VCD or SVCD, an ideal method to dup dvd or make backup DVD copy. No expensive DVD burner required, direct burning to CD which can be played in your DVD player.

Latest Reviews

paulteck

paulteck reviewed v2.39 on May 14, 2006

This is a great program, and for any of ye guys to figure it out, dvd shrink is for really only copying dvds, this product is great for ripping dvds to svcd, vcd and avi on to your hard drive,which means you can have a quite large collection of movies in a hard drive for nothing, also if you have a dvd r/rw player for your tv, most of these players have a 2.0 usb port which you can connect a external hd onto, and since those dvd players read svcd, vcd, avi, divx u wont need a dvdr for a while, the quality is good and the program is awsome BUY IT, or crack it its worth the money though

WickedLester

WickedLester reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

VCD?? Isn't VCD dead now.... "No expensive DVD burner required", you can get a DVD burner for just a little more than the price of a CD burner and the DVD media is not much more than CD media. This has to be someones sick joke :)

Even for a about $20 more than the price of this program you could get a DVD burner and then use the free DVDShrink to make backups of your DVDs and have much higher quality backup.

alister

alister reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

Shrink to VCD, what is the use?? As cheap as DVD burners and DVD media are now, there is no reason to take the extra time to convert to low quality VCD when you can use DVDShrink or any of the other DVD utilities to convert your DVD to a DVDR. They should stop development of the program or change it over to a DVD > DVDR shrinking app instead of DVD > VCD.

Alister

arossetti

arossetti reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

I sure would like to pay $40 to use this software to do what DVD Decrypter/DVD Shrink do for free, and do better. No thanks.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

I would say something but Lokheed was gracious enough to already say it for me. (except I been getting my blank DVD's for more like 22 cents each lately)

Lokheed

Lokheed reviewed v2.30 on Aug 24, 2004

Oh brother, Richard30ky, friend of the developer or what?

A perfect rating for a $40 application which does what countless upon countless of free programs do? 2 hours for a full encode eh. That is obviously a one pass encode which would mean crap quality.

You can take full advantage of video newbies with your ugly as sin GUIs and claims of this and that...any real video encoder would fall to ground laughing even if you offered this piece of junk for free...

Another greedy wannabe coder who thinks he can cash in on the video craze. To bad a DVD burner is about $60 now...you are just a little to late buddy...about 3 years to late. Divx is dead and who wants to encode in SVCD when DVDs are 50 cents a piece...garbage even if it was released in 2000, pure garbage.

Richard30ky

Richard30ky reviewed v1.90 on Apr 28, 2003

very good all in one app ..easy to use for beginers
MPG videos takes 2 cd,s and they come out as the usual MPG quality and on divX you can get high quality movie on 1 cd without any problems what so ever .produced my best high quality 1 cd divx movies with this one also it is very fast compare to most converts 4GB DVD to 700MB DivX in about 1:48 mins.and i like the fact you can try the software without limitations ..meaning you can make a few full movies to see if this software is for you or not.A+ to the creator

admiral-kirk

admiral-kirk reviewed v1.80 on Feb 25, 2003

this program is wonderful, I used to use -3- separate programs to do all that this handles by itself. and you can even try the FULL version without limitations. kudos to the author !! 5 Stars !!

GeneralLeoFF

GeneralLeoFF reviewed v1.80 on Feb 24, 2003

Cool :)

ukexpat

ukexpat reviewed v1.80 on Feb 24, 2003

What the poster of the app fails to point out is that when burned to CD the quality will not be anywhere near as good as it is on DVD, and that it will take several CDs to hold a DVD's worth of content.

Avg. Rating 3.3 (18 votes)
Your Rating
paulteck

paulteck reviewed v2.39 on May 14, 2006

This is a great program, and for any of ye guys to figure it out, dvd shrink is for really only copying dvds, this product is great for ripping dvds to svcd, vcd and avi on to your hard drive,which means you can have a quite large collection of movies in a hard drive for nothing, also if you have a dvd r/rw player for your tv, most of these players have a 2.0 usb port which you can connect a external hd onto, and since those dvd players read svcd, vcd, avi, divx u wont need a dvdr for a while, the quality is good and the program is awsome BUY IT, or crack it its worth the money though

WickedLester

WickedLester reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

VCD?? Isn't VCD dead now.... "No expensive DVD burner required", you can get a DVD burner for just a little more than the price of a CD burner and the DVD media is not much more than CD media. This has to be someones sick joke :)

Even for a about $20 more than the price of this program you could get a DVD burner and then use the free DVDShrink to make backups of your DVDs and have much higher quality backup.

alister

alister reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

Shrink to VCD, what is the use?? As cheap as DVD burners and DVD media are now, there is no reason to take the extra time to convert to low quality VCD when you can use DVDShrink or any of the other DVD utilities to convert your DVD to a DVDR. They should stop development of the program or change it over to a DVD > DVDR shrinking app instead of DVD > VCD.

Alister

arossetti

arossetti reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

I sure would like to pay $40 to use this software to do what DVD Decrypter/DVD Shrink do for free, and do better. No thanks.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v2.39 on Feb 25, 2005

I would say something but Lokheed was gracious enough to already say it for me. (except I been getting my blank DVD's for more like 22 cents each lately)

Lokheed

Lokheed reviewed v2.30 on Aug 24, 2004

Oh brother, Richard30ky, friend of the developer or what?

A perfect rating for a $40 application which does what countless upon countless of free programs do? 2 hours for a full encode eh. That is obviously a one pass encode which would mean crap quality.

You can take full advantage of video newbies with your ugly as sin GUIs and claims of this and that...any real video encoder would fall to ground laughing even if you offered this piece of junk for free...

Another greedy wannabe coder who thinks he can cash in on the video craze. To bad a DVD burner is about $60 now...you are just a little to late buddy...about 3 years to late. Divx is dead and who wants to encode in SVCD when DVDs are 50 cents a piece...garbage even if it was released in 2000, pure garbage.

Richard30ky

Richard30ky reviewed v1.90 on Apr 28, 2003

very good all in one app ..easy to use for beginers
MPG videos takes 2 cd,s and they come out as the usual MPG quality and on divX you can get high quality movie on 1 cd without any problems what so ever .produced my best high quality 1 cd divx movies with this one also it is very fast compare to most converts 4GB DVD to 700MB DivX in about 1:48 mins.and i like the fact you can try the software without limitations ..meaning you can make a few full movies to see if this software is for you or not.A+ to the creator

admiral-kirk

admiral-kirk reviewed v1.80 on Feb 25, 2003

this program is wonderful, I used to use -3- separate programs to do all that this handles by itself. and you can even try the FULL version without limitations. kudos to the author !! 5 Stars !!

GeneralLeoFF

GeneralLeoFF reviewed v1.80 on Feb 24, 2003

Cool :)

ukexpat

ukexpat reviewed v1.80 on Feb 24, 2003

What the poster of the app fails to point out is that when burned to CD the quality will not be anywhere near as good as it is on DVD, and that it will take several CDs to hold a DVD's worth of content.

freedomfighter

freedomfighter reviewed v1.80 on Feb 24, 2003

Very nicer:)

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