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stiner

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#1 12 years ago

does any one know a free program that can rip some clips of dvd and save them to avi or wmv thanks:) carl




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#2 12 years ago

Now you probably expected this but:

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( note, this is just my way of saying that I really don't know any Freeware dvd rippers )




[11PzG]matyast

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#3 12 years ago

Its sort of illegal I think...and moderators will probably remove this because they will find it disturbing...

...sort of like Polska's sig...but a bit less...




MkH^

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#4 12 years ago

DVD Shrink is an excellent program for this - it can decrypt most copy protections too. As for compressing the clips, I use VirtualDub-MPEG2, of course, you need an XviD, DivX or similar codec for compressing them.

Also, I don't think it's illegal - at least when it's used for good purposes of sharing nice clips from war documentaries to the community. Besides, no one can make any sense out of our copyright laws anymore. Overriding a difficult-to-crack copy protection is illegal, but easier ones aren't. Wtf? Who's the asshole who passes these? Wait... it's our lovely culture minister, Tanja Karpela who's being manipulated by the record industry lobbyists. /rant off




Safe-Keeper

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#5 12 years ago
Also, I don't think it's illegal - at least when it's used for good purposes of sharing nice clips from war documentaries to the community.

...Which is highly illegal:p.

Piracy ruins the film industry. 'Nuff said.




[11PzG]matyast

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#6 12 years ago
MkH^Wait... it's our lovely culture minister, Tanja Karpela who's being manipulated by the record industry lobbyists. /rant off

My only annoyance with the new Finnish law is that I am apparently not allowed to copy my own music CDs, which I have BOUGHT, on to my PC :uhm:




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#7 12 years ago

Safe-Keeper...Which is highly illegal:p.

Piracy ruins the film industry. 'Nuff said.

huh, I always thought it was shitty movies that did that.:lol:




Mackan

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#8 12 years ago

Stop saying its illegal when you dont know if it is illegal or not you sad boys :/




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#9 12 years ago

Safe-Keeper...Which is highly illegal:p.

Piracy ruins the film industry. 'Nuff said.[/quote]

This is a time when I just have to post that quote I love:

[quote='Wikipedia Article on Disturbed']"This is not rocket science. Instead of spending all this money litigating against kids who are the people they're trying to sell things to in the first place, they have to learn how to effectively use the Internet. For the artists, my ass... I didn't ask them to protect me, and I don't want their protection." - David Draiman

(From Disturbed's lead singer David Draiman. Not exactly about film, but still an amusing quote.)




MkH^

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#10 12 years ago

Safe-Keeper...Which is highly illegal:p. [/quote]

Well, that was meant to be more of a joke :)

[quote=Safe-Keeper] Piracy ruins the film industry. 'Nuff said.

I don't quite agree with that. As a matter of fact, I think the film industry hasn't been healthier in a good while. DVDs are selling like hot cakes, and while the box office is having it a little harder, it's not because of some grainy screeners distributed via p2p networks, but the shitty high-budget movies that no one wants to see.

I for one don't want to spend ten euros (~12,5 dollars) to see some thirteen in a dozen comic book hero movie, or some Uwe Boll piece of art for what that matters.

I personally think, that the downfall of the movie industry is just MPAA bullshit. Few years back, collecting VHS' was a hobby considered to be for some sweaty 35 year old movie geeks only, but now everyone has their personal little DVD collection. That's a phenomenom of the 2000's, and if we compared the overall profit of the movie industry - including VHS/DVD sales and the box office - between few decades, I'm quite sure there would be a massive increase since the popularization of the DVD.




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