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dvd rippers?


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im lookin for a dvd ripper that rips fast, decent quality, around 100mb per hour of video, can anyone suggest anything like that?
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man thats some hefty requirement. what do you need that much power for.... ???

the best site with general info on that would be http://www.videohelp.com/

It would help if you provided a bit more info.

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i need it coz i got alot of stuff to 'backup' i dont wanna spend hours doin jus 1, i dont want them to be huge bloody files an i want them to be watchable
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DVD Decrypter is the best you can find
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