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Old 14 February 2006, 17:42   #1
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dvd to ipod

Just a quick question really,
How?
Well OK a bit more specific, any idea of the best software for doing the above ( cheap and easy would be good, free and Cornish proof would be better )
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Just a quick question really,
How?
Well OK a bit more specific, any idea of the best software for doing the above ( cheap and easy would be good, free and Cornish proof would be better )
I would have thought you could only use apples software?
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I don't think its that straightforward to 'rip' a DVD. First off, its illegal so any software is not going to be that easy to find.
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I don't think its that straightforward to 'rip' a DVD. First off, its illegal so any software is not going to be that easy to find.
Well you say that.....
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I don't think its that straightforward to 'rip' a DVD. First off, its illegal so any software is not going to be that easy to find.
what I'm trying to do is put onto my ipod video some of my own dvd's, just as my sons have done for me with my own cd's, surely thats not illegal, is it?
I've seen several programmes out there that do this but typically about the £30 mark, is there a shareware programme out there for free?
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Kernow,

Try this place. Works for me.

http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPod/

I've tried others but this seems to be the best. I've not done a full film from DVD but I've done loads of little film clips from this site and converted my own DVDs. So it does work.

It has a couple of little niggles that I've found mainly length of film names and characters used.

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DVDshrink is also a very useful utility - use it in conjunction with Videora.
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Try DVD Ripper V4.0

http://www.imtoo.com/
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thanks for the suggestions guys, I've downloaded videora and whilst my son was at work I tried to put a music dvd onto his half full 30gb ipod, don't think I got the dvd on and now his ipod has.... 30 gb free space
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Kernow,

If your son wants a lesson on the Ipod I can get my son to speak to him, or E Mail him some instructions.

He's away skiing at the moment but will be back next week.
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