Flash DVD Ripper - Convert DVD to MPEG, AVI, VCD, SVCD.
DVD Ripper Software. DVD to MPEG and AVI Converter, Convert DVD to VCD, SVCD
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Flash DVD Ripper
File Name: dvdrips.exe
File Size: 1,345 KB
Version: 0.95
Release: 28-DEC-2008

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Price: USD 35.--

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  • Convert DVD to VCD
  • Convert DVD to SVCD
  • Convert DVD to MPEG
  • Convert DVD to AVI

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  • Frequently Asked Questions
    1. How to convert DVD to VCD?
    2. How to convert DVD to SVCD?
    3. How to convert DVD to AVI?
    4. How to convert DVD to MPEG?
    5. What's the system requirements?
    6. What's the ISO file?
    7. How to convert the ISO to VCD/SVCD?
    8. How to convert DVD to VCD/SVCD with a bin file?
    9. How to do when get error message "MPEG2Dec: Error during decoder initialisation"?
    10. How to do when meet error message "Unable to read from D:\VIDEO_TS\vts_01_1.vob"?
    11. Where can I get a DVD region free software?
    12. Why are there different DVD Disc regions?
    13. What does the region code affect the end consumer?
    14. How can I know what region code a dvd disc is?
    15. Why the sound is abnormal when being played in this software?
    16. Why the preview window shows incorrectly when converting?
    17. How to solve the following error "the ordinal 11 could not be located in the dynamic link library DSound.dll" ?
    18. Why the option "All Chapters" is disabled?
    19. Why all the options in "Split" frame are disabled?
    20. What does the region code affect the end consumer?
    21. How to order without Internet connection?
    22. What currecy do you accept?
    23. I have a question not listed in the above.
    1. How to convert DVD to VCD?

      Step 1, Lauch the software.
      Step 2, Click the "Open DVD..." button to open the DVD movie.
      Step 3, Set the output format to VCD.
      Step 4, Click the button "..." from the "Save As" column to set a file name. The file may be ISO or BIN according to your choice.
      Step 5, Click the button "Convert...".
      Step 6, If you want to convert all the chapters, set the radio button to "All Chapters", otherwise, please set it to "Select Chapters", then click the button "Select..." to enter the window for selecting chapters for converting.
      Step 7, After the above steps, click the button "Convert", it will start converting.

    2. How to convert DVD to SVCD?

      Step 1, Lauch the software.
      Step 2, Click the "Open DVD..." button to open the DVD movie.
      Step 3, Set the output format to SVCD.
      Step 4, Click the button "..." from the "Save As" column to set a file name. The file may be ISO or BIN according to your choice.
      Step 5, Click the button "Convert...".
      Step 6, If you want to convert all the chapters, set the radio button to "All Chapters", otherwise, please set it to "Select Chapters", then click the button "Select..." to enter the window for selecting chapters for converting.
      Step 7, After the above steps, click the button "Convert", it will start converting.

    3. How to convert DVD to AVI?

      Step 1, Lauch the software.
      Step 2, Click the "Open DVD..." button to open the DVD movie.
      Step 3, Set the output format to AVI.
      Step 4, Click the button "..." from the "Save As" column to set a file name. The file's extension name should be ".AVI".
      Step 5, Click the button "Convert...".
      Step 6, If you want to convert all the chapters, set the radio button to "All Chapters", otherwise, please set it to "Select Chapters", then click the button "Select..." to enter the window for selecting chapters for converting.
      Step 7, You must choose an appropriate video codec from the column "AVI Output Parameters".
      Step 8, After the above steps, click the button "Convert", it will start converting.

    4. How to convert DVD to MPEG?

      Step 1, Lauch the software.
      Step 2, Click the "Open DVD..." button to open the DVD movie.
      Step 3, Set the output format to MPEG.
      Step 4, Click the button "..." from the "Save As" column to set a file name. The file's extension name should be ".MPEG" or ".MPG".
      Step 5, Click the button "Convert...".
      Step 6, If you want to convert all the chapters, set the radio button to "All Chapters", otherwise, please set it to "Select Chapters", then click the button "Select..." to enter the window for selecting chapters for converting.
      Step 7, You must choose the output MPEG format as MPEG-1 or MPEG-2.
      Step 8, After the above steps, click the button "Convert", it will start converting.

    5. What's the system requirements?

      To use DVD to VCD SVCD MPEG AVI Ripper, your computer must meet the following requirements,
      * Installed Windows system (maybe 98, Me, NT, 2000, XP, or 2003)
      * At least 1GB free space for saving the converted file
      * Intel Pentium III CPU or the same of AMD
      * DVD-ROM for reading DVD Movie from DVD disc

    6. What's the ISO file?

      When converting DVD to VCD or SVCD, the software will save the converted file to ISO as default. Then you may burn the ISO file to an empty disc by your CD burning software like "Nero Burning" or "Roxio Easy CD Creator".

      You may also set the software to save as BIN/CUE file by rename it from the "Save As" dialog.

    7. How to convert the ISO to VCD/SVCD?

      The ISO file is an image of VCD or SVCD. You may use CD burning software like "Nero Burning" or "Roxio Easy CD Creator" to burn the ISO file to an empty disc.

    8. How to convert DVD to VCD/SVCD with a bin file?

      Besides ISO file, you may also set the output to BIN/CUE file when converting DVD to VCD or SVCD. You need only click the button "..." to save as "BIN/CUE". The result will include 2 files with extension ".bin" and ".cue". Some cd burning software will support burning BIN/CUE file as VCD/SVCD, but not all cd burning software supports it, this format is not as popular as ISO.

    9. How to do when get error message "MPEG2Dec: Error during decoder initialisation"?

      It may because that your DVD disc is from a region limited by your DVD-ROM. You may try to install a DVD region free software to make your DVD-ROM can read the DVD disc.

    10. How to do when meet error message "Unable to read from D:\VIDEO_TS\vts_01_1.vob"?

      The same as the above question, it may because that your DVD disc is from a region limited by your DVD-ROM. You may try to install a DVD region free software to make your DVD-ROM can read the DVD disc.

    11. Where can I get a DVD region free software?

      You may get one by
      click here. Or you may search google with keyword "DVD region free".

    12. Why are there different DVD Disc regions?

      Motion picture studios in the USA want to control the release of movies around the world using different DVD regions codes. Movies are released on DVD at different times around the world, typically America and Canada first, Australia and Japan 6 months later, and Europe 12 months after US release. In some instances, DVD movies are available for purchase in America and Canada before they are released in European cinemas. Due to the high quality of DVD and the movie release system used by Hollywood, 6 regions were established to prevent people from watching Region 1 movies before they were released on Regions 2 to 6.

      DVD Region Locking is a system used to control which DVD movies play on which DVD Players. The regions are broken down as follow:

      Region 1 - The U.S., U.S. territories and Canada
      Region 2 - Europe, Japan, the Middle East, Egypt, South Africa, Greenland
      Region 3 - Taiwan, Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia, Hong Kong
      Region 4 - Mexico, South America, Central America, Australia, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, Caribbean
      Region 5 - Russia (okay, former Russia), Eastern Europe, India, most of Africa, North Korea, Mongolia
      Region 6 - China

    13. What does the region code affect the end consumer?

      This means that movies from Region 1 (USA & Canada) will not play on a DVD player regions 2-6. Effectively Region 1 discs play only on Region 1 DVD players, Region 2 discs play only on Region 2 DVD players and so on.

    14. How can I know what region code a dvd disc is?

      The region code is usually specified on the back of the individual DVD packages, either with a Regional Coding logo of a globe with the region number superimposed over it, or specifically spelled out. For example, while currently-released New Line and Warner DVD titles use the globe logo & number scheme, MGM/UA titles state: "This disc has been encoded for Region 1: The United States, U.S. Territories and Canada." In the cast of Lumivision's discs, they are labelled "Available worldwide," which means that the discs contain no regional coding and will play on any players in any countrys.

    15. Why the sound is abnormal when being played in this software?

      Because we do not use hardware acceleration technology in the software, so the sound may not abnormal if your computer's hardwares are not good enough. But never mind, although the sound problem, the converted video has no problem.

    16. Why the preview window shows incorrectly when converting?

      When converting DVD to other video formats, the preview window may show incorrectly, but never mind, the converted video has no any problems. It's just a problem of refreshing.

    17. How to solve the following error "the ordinal 11 could not be located in the dynamic link library DSound.dll" ?

      DVD to VCD SVCD MPEG AVI Ripper assumes that you have installed the latest version of DirectX sound software. It needs a specific function (Ordinal 11) from a specific library (error in finding the DLL).

      When this error message appears, it means that you need to install DirectX SDK to your computer.

      Install the latest DirectX version from Microsoft:
      http://www.microsoft.com/windows/directx/default.aspx

      If you do not want to install the DirectX, you may also try the following steps,
      • Step 1, download this new version file "dsound.dll" to your computer. Download it
      • Step 2, reboot your computer and enter in safe mode.
      • Step 3, rename the old file "dsound.dll" under the windows' "System32" folder to another file name for backup.
      • Step 4, copy the new downloaded file "dsound.dll" to the windows' "System32" folder.
      • Step 5, reboot your computer.


    18. Why the option "All Chapters" is disabled?

      This is a limitation of trial version. If you ordered a full version, you may uninstall the trial version and install the full version we had sent to you. The option will be enabled.

    19. Why all the options in "Split" frame are disabled?

      Only when the option "All Chapters" is selected, these options would be enabled for selection. If what you are using is a trial version, the "All Chapters" would be disabled, and these options would accordingly unuseable.

    20. How to order without a credit card?

      If you have no credit card, you can also order by other options. The payment option includes Credit Card, Switch/Solo, Bank/Wire Transfer, Check, and Cash. You may click one of the links from the
      Buy Now page to enter the payment page, choose the correct payment option from the drop-down list. For more information, please click here.

    21. How to order without Internet connection?

      If you computer has no Internet connection, you may order by Bank/Wire Transfer, Check, and Cash, see also the above question. You may also order from another computer that has an Internet connection, then transfer the setup package and registration information to your computer.

    22. What currecy do you accept?

      We accept currency includes US Dollar, Euro, Australian Dollar, Canadian Dollar, Japanese Yen, Pound Sterling, Swiss Franc. You may pay by any one of the listed currency. For more information, please
      click here.

    23. I have a question not listed in the above.

      You may send your question to this email address:
      support@dvd-ripper.com
      We will try to answer your question within 24 hours.

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