DVD Decrypter is a highly versatile VOB-ripping utility. The software takes advantage of both the DeCSS Plus and VobDec algorithms for looking up and decrypting the CSS encryption.
It is also multi-angle aware, and capable of removing the Macrovision scrambling key, as well as the region code during the ripping process.
After its development was ceased in June several other software’s, such as AnyDVD and DVDFab Decrypter, has surpassed DVD Decrypter.
One of the best features in DVD Decrypter was its image-burning engine, which allowed the burned disc to be verified against the image file. Luckily that feature is now available in Lightning UK!'s new software, ImgBurn.
Here is a list of good alternatives to DVD Decrypter:
According to some people on the forums, all you need is AnyDvd and Nero and you will be able to backup your DVDs.
First, uninstall Dvd Shrink and Dvd-Decrypter, you don't need them, and leave Nero alone.
Put your disc in and wait a minute or two for Anydvd to load.
Then click Start (on taskbar) Programs, Nero, Nero Vision Express 3, and Nero Recode.
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