Extract the contents of video DVDs and convert media files to various popular formats, with this straightforward piece of software
|Updated||Nov 23rd 2016|
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|Crack Size||2.9 MB|
As the title of this software implies, Free DVD Ripper is a tool that lets you convert DVDs to other video formats, namely AVI and MP4.
The application comes with a user-friendly interface in which you can open a DVD by using the treeview only, since the "drag and drop" method is not supported. Batch processing is allowed.
In the queue you can check out the titles and chapters, duration, audio and subtitle track, as well as destination file of each DVD.
So, after you specify the destination folder and format, you can proceed with the encoding process.
In addition, you can select individual chapters for conversion, select the audio and subtitle track, as well as modify audio and video parameters when it comes to the size, bit rate, channels and sample frequency rate.
The simple-to-use program takes up a moderate amount of system resources, displays a message when all jobs are done and quickly finishes a conversion task without freezing, crashing or popping up errors. Plus, it manages to keep a very good image and sound quality.
Unfortunately, there is no help file available. Also, you cannot configure any kind of program settings and the interface is outdated. But, even so, we strongly recommend Free DVD Ripper to all users who are looking for a straightforward application, regardless of their experience level.
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