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Friday, November 07, 2003
How to backup a DVD movie

2. Ripping

“How to backup a movie”

STEP 1 - Ripping

We are inserting the movie title in the DVD-Rom and we are opening(run) the DVD Decrypter software. Above is the screen that we will see after inserting the movie title.

For seeing all the movie data we are selecting the from menu MODE the FILE as in the picture.

After we are choosing(mark) all files in the right window from menu EDIT – Select all or just keying ctrl+a. Below is the picture that we will see after marking:

At the following picture we can see a sample of the ripping procedure in progress.

This procedure takes time, depending on your system you will need 5-40 minutes.When the operation will complete we’ll see the following message:




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