bitRipper is a simple and user-friendly 'DVD to AVI' software that allows to back-up DVD's as AVI or MPEG files on the hard drive. It can be used for one-click ripping just as well as for advanced one. 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
Third-party CSS Decryption and CPPM authorization modules make bitRipper able to copy protected DVDs.
bitRipper does not require gigabytes of space to copy all DVD content to the hard drive before converting to AVI or MPEG. It converts video on-the-fly, copying data and writing it to AVI or MPEG file at the same time.
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bitRipper is a simple and user-friendly 'DVD to AVI' software that allows to back-up DVD's as AVI or MPEG files on the hard drive. It converts video on-the-fly and does not require gigabytes of space to copy all DVD content to the hard drive first.