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"The best source for software for Copying DVDs, and learning the DVD and rip process. That's how I want this page to be perceived."


So I have done some extensive research and have found some great information for you as well as some of the best DVD and rip software on the net today.

Now, let's get down to business...

First, let's talk about DVD Ripping and what it is.

DVD Ripping is the process of decrypting and Copying a DVDs contents onto your hard drive. DVD Ripping basically involves copying the DVDs files from the DVDs onto your hard-drive without the Content Scrambling System (CSS) scrambling the files during the copying process.

The time that it takes for what I like to call a "DVD and rip" is about an hour of time and will require between 4 to 8 gigabytes of hard disk space. The length of time to Copy your DVD and amount of space required will vary based upon your hardware and whether or not you rip a full DVD or just certain sections of it.

I will also show you some great resources for Copying DVDs to CDs, which then is called a VCD (Video Compact Disc).

A VCD is basically a CD that contains moving pictures and sound. A Video CD has the capacity to hold up to 650 to 700 mb of full-motion video along with quality stereo sound, it can be played on almost all stand alone Video CD or DVD Players and on all computers with a DVD-ROM or CD-ROM drive with the help of a software based decoder/player, it uses a compression standard called Mpeg to store the video and audio and the quality of a Video CD is about the same as VHS tape based movies.

So, in short this is a great way to backup or Copy DVDs.

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SO let's get started on some of the Best Software sources on the net to acquire the ability to Copy DVDs or to complete the DVD and rip process. Man, I like that. I should have that copyrighted. ;-)

Here is a list of good alternatives to Copy DVDs:

  • Nero 7.0 - Pictured above it is the Ultimate Audio, Video, Photo, Data and TV Solution

  • AnyDVD - AnyDVD is a tool that automatically removes the CSS copy protection and RPC region codes from your DVDs in the moment you insert the disc.

  • DVD Squeeze - Compress up to (6) FULL DVD's onto (1) DVD, or (1) DVD to a single CD
  • DVD Copy Pro - This is a respectable source to Copy DVDS and they also offer a couple of bonus items when you buy them.

According to some people on the forums, all you need is AnyDvd and Nero and you will be able to backup your DVDs or Copy DVDs.

If you have any information you'd like to share with us on these sources for software to Copy DVDs or if there is one that I have overlooked, please fill out the form below to let us know.


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This page for DVD coping software is solely meant for creating a back-up copy of DVD's and VHS tapes previously owned. The dvd and rip process is intended for personal use ONLY. This page for DVD copying software in no way intends to encourage or promote piracy or other illegal activities. Using this software to commercially duplicate copywritten materials is strictly prohibited. By purchasing and/or using the DVD coping software, you agree to this disclaimer as well as the stipulation that you are using this information in a legal manner as permitted by the governing body(s) and the laws set forth therein for which you are currently bound and agree to waive all liabilities associated with this program to the provider and their associates. All images copyright their respective owners.