Since I started using it with Img Burn I haven't had a single problem. Yeah, every once in a while I have to use DVDFab for those stubborn Disney or Sony discs but I still would rather use spftware is absolute junk!!!!!!!
I have a collection of over 600 dvds and I used this program to rip all of them to my Terabyte drive and have to re-rip half of them.
If you like multiple program ripping use BD or DVD Rebuilder with another stand alone tool it will give you the highest quality rip and still provide multiple tools to play with.
It amazes me that this software is still used the time to let go is long over.
I went to watch one of the movies and found out that this program ripped half of the movie in a different language and half of the other movies in the commentary!!! If there were a zero for voting of this crap I would give it a huge fat zero!!!!
10 years ago this was great software but come on running three programs to try to accomplish what one does much better is a no brainer.
DVD Shrink is a versatile freeware tool for fitting a DVD-Video disc on a single DVDR disc.
DVD Shrink is capable of both re-authoring and re-encoding the movie.
I have a copy of this software that Ive been using for year and it does not install any search bar. The new version installs Babylon search on your internet browsers even if you tell it no.
Then it is a major pain in the XXX to get rid of it.
I would give it -stars but that not possible so had to give it a single one.
If people dont know how to work the more advanced programs they should use Clone DVD atleast thats still being updated once and a while. It is easy, effective and produces a high quality file for burning to DVD.
I think it should be the standard to which all others should be compared to. Copy.3.4.2, Apollo DVD Copy 4.8.47, DVD Copy 126.96.36.1993, AVS Video Converter v188.8.131.525, DVDFab Platinum v184.108.40.206 Qt Final, Jam DVD Copy 220.127.116.11, Sly Soft Clone DVD 18.104.22.168 Beta, etc but with no use. Sometimes, I would have to use an updated version of the Tool Tray program called [email protected] - The website you listed is NOT "official." If you have to pay ANYTHING for freeware, Vista upgrade or not, it's just a scam.