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How to rip your DVD with BitRipper

Submitted by on January 17, 2009 – 12:31 amNo Comment

BitRipper is FREE DVD to AVI software that allows you to back-up your DVD’s as AVI files on the hard drive. It can be used for one-click ripping as good as for advanced modes. You are free to choose whether to use default configuration values or to set them manually. There are all necessary settings available:

– Video and audio codecs configuration
– Video resolution and aspect ratio
– Sound track language and sound value normalization
– Variety of actions to be performed after the copying process is completed
– Includes 3rd party decryption module for CSS protected DVDs

BitRipper does not require gigabytes of space to copy all DVD content to the hard drive before converting to AVI. It converts video on-the-fly, copying data and writing it to AVI file at the same time. Download it here.

First, you start the program, put the disc into your DVD drive and hit Start ripping… And that’s all of it!

Here is what’s going on after you have clicked the Start ripping button. The process of conversion. You see all necessary information about the conversion progress. In addition to Stop and Pause buttons, you are able to control the system priority of the conversion process. You can switch it to a higher value if you need to get the results as soon as possible or set the low priority if you need to perform other tasks at the same time as bitRipper works.

Okay, here it is, the most complicated window of the bitRipper. Settings window if the place where you can choose which codecs to use for video and audio compression, choose the proper bitrate using internal calculator, fine-tune the video/audio parameters and set actions to be performed after the job is done.

bitRipper supports Windows XP autoplay feature, and you can start it right from the menu that appears when you put a disc into your DVD drive:

That’s all! Very easy to use. Hope you enjoy it.

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