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How to rip DVD movies and convert DVD to AVI,DivX,MKV,MP4,WMV
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May 18, 2011, 4:17 AM

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Let me recommend a software program--DVD ripper.It can copy the content of a DVD to a hard disk drive and transfer video on DVDs to different formats,such as convert DVD video for playback on media players and mobile devices.iCoolsoft DVD Ripper is our new product to you.

iCoolsoft DVD Ripper is a professional DVD movie ripping and converting software, that can rip DVD movies and convert DVD to all popular video formats like ripping DVD to AVI, DivX, MKV, MP4, WMV, ASF, 3GP, etc. even output HD videos such as HD AVI, HD H.264, HD WMV, and so on. This DVD Ripper also helps extract DVD audio tracks to popular audio formats, like MP3, WMA, M4A, AAC, WAV, AC3, etc.

We also have iCoolsoft DVD Copy is a powerful DVD copier and DVD duplicate tool, that can help you copy DVD and clone DVD in several ways, such as copy DVD to a new disc (DVD-5 to DVD-5, DVD-9 to DVD-9, DVD-9 to DVD-5), backup DVD to DVD folder or ISO image file on local disc. This DVD Copy also enables you to burn DVD folder and ISO image to DVD disc.

How to Rip DVD Movie?

Step 1: Download iCoolsoft DVD Ripper for free, then install and launch this tool.

Step 2
: Click button and choose "Load DVD", then select your DVD driver and click "OK". The following window will show up.

Step 3
: Select Audio Track and Subtitle. Choose the output format from "Profile" drop-down list. Click "Apply to all" to set the format for all source videos. Click "Browse" button to set output folder, use "Open Folder" to quickly open that folder.

Step 4: Click start button to begin ripping and converting. When finished, you will get DVD movies stored in specified format in output folder.

(This post was edited by ruby2010 on May 18, 2011, 4:18 AM)


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