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  1. Член BJ_M's Avatar
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    Free version of DVDFab. This version is called DVDFab Express and allows you to copy copy-protected DVD movies. With the sudden dissapearance of DVD decrypter the need for free utilities to remove the copy protection of DVD movies is obvious. Those who would like to make a backup of their movie in countries where this is allowed will surely like this tool.

    DVDFab Express (Free Edition)

    This tool is simply the easiest way to copy a DVD movie. Just insert the movie and a blank DVD then press Start. Your entire movie - including menus, trailers and special features - is copied to a single DVD with just one click, and everything happens automatically. DVDFab Express (Free Edition) is a simple version of DVDFab Express. It copies an entire DVD movie to hard disk, and removes all the rotections (CSS, RC, RCE, Macrovision, UOPs and Sony ARccOS) while copying.

    We all know DVD Decrypter is a great DVD ripper, why we need nother one? Well, the reason is DVD Decrypter"s development has stopped, so it will not support newer version of Sony ARccOS protection automatically. Fortunately, DVDFab Express (Free Edition) is always updated to support latest protection, so you can backup your DVD movies to hard disk as before. For example, Movie "Closer" can"t be copied by DVD Decrypter automatically, but with the help of DVDFab Express (Free Edition), you can copy it without problem.

    http://www.dvdidle.com/free.htm
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    they changed name to dvdfab decrypter....
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    Mcafee VirusScan Enterprise 7.1.0 (virus defs 4511) threw up a VirusScan Alert when I downloaded DVDFabDecryptor29.exe and reported the file as a "Generic BackDoor.dr" trojan.

    Has anyone else experienced this?
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    Has anyone else experienced this?

    no virus found using Norton Antivirus 2003 and uptodate signature files.
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    Does this tool have the ability to make ISO images?
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  6. Dear all,

    DVDFab Decrypter doesn't contain any spy-ware or ad-ware. It's a false warning of McAfee, you can get the information at http://vil.mcafeesecurity.com/vil/content/v_103069.htm

    We hope DVDFab Decrypter can be a useful freeware for people who want to copy new ARccOS protected DVDs

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    fengtao -

    Thanks for the link! I'll update my virus defs & try again.

    Thanks also for providing the tool free of charge!
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  8. fengtao,

    Second the motion on the thanks!!

    I hope that people will reward your kindness by purchasing your products.

    Way to step up to the plate!!
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  9. how well does this work as far as quality on the shrinking?
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  10. Thank you for your free DVDFab Decrypter
    I'll give it a try.
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    Originally Posted by kicko
    how well does this work as far as quality on the shrinking?
    It doesn't shrink, it just rips dvd to your hard drive.
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    Great to see another product step up after DVD Decrypter.

    I hope future versions will be updated to copy the upcoming Rip Guard Protection by Macrovison.
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  13. Dear all,

    Thank you all for the praise

    We will definitely update DVDFab Decrypter to support latest protections like Macrovision RipGuard, but I guess they can't find a buyer to use their weak technology :P

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  14. Thank you again for dvdfab decrypter
    It worked just fine 8)
    A question just out of curiosity though - why does it make an AUDIO_TS folder, an empty VIDEO_TS folder and a "Disc 1" folder (which is where the files get ripped to) ?
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    You DA MAN!!!!

    Thanks for your efforts, and I intend on trying your other software to back up my DVDs, and especially my TV episode DVDs, and will purchase it if it fits my needs. Again thanks.
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    Now this is funny,
    first it was DVDFabExpressFree29 @ 859kb, then it's DVDFabDecrypter29 @ 856kb.

    Anyway's, i have not tested it yet as i have not had a dvd that DVD Decrypter would not rip yet

    But i'm gopnna try it anyways with a dvd to see how fast it rips and how good it seem's to do.

    Has anyone used this to rip a dvd that DVD Decrypter could not ?

    Anywho, I'm with Eyedoctor2 & waheed!!

    Originally Posted by fengtao
    Dear all,

    Thank you all for the praise

    We will definitely update DVDFab Decrypter to support latest protections like Macrovision RipGuard, but I guess they can't find a buyer to use their weak technology :P

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    Yep, their copy protection has really been a good one since... never ??

    Thanks Mucho for the effort!!!!
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    their copy protection is not used on any dvd's yet .. it is a new technology
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    Originally Posted by BJ_M
    their copy protection is not used on any dvd's yet .. it is a new technology
    I was not talking about macrovision's, i just meant any dvd at all :P
    Like i was looking at another post where people are saying the region 2 "closer" has stronger protection on it then the region 1 and have been having problems ripping it with DVD Decrypter alone.
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    Originally Posted by somebodeez
    A question just out of curiosity though - why does it make an AUDIO_TS folder, an empty VIDEO_TS folder and a "Disc 1" folder (which is where the files get ripped to) ?
    Because you have version 2.900. The new version 2.902 fixed that.
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    Originally Posted by somebodeez
    A question just out of curiosity though - why does it make an AUDIO_TS folder, an empty VIDEO_TS folder and a "Disc 1" folder (which is where the files get ripped to) ?
    Because you have version 2.900. The new version 2.902 fixed that.
    Yes, I saw that they brought out the new version the very next day after I posted my question 8)
    VERY fast work there, fengtao!
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