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  1. Member ManhoefDream's Avatar
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    I recently downloaded a free trial version of iSofter DVDPlatnium and it takes 5 minutes to covert a 1 minute of dvd footage. My question is, is that fast ?? What is the average time of converting a dvd file that is a minute long ? ? ? ? And what program do you use ? ? ?

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  2. That is quite good for an Athlon1800. Faster CPU will will result in quicker times. look in tools section for software.
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    If you are just ripping (Decrypt and move the DVD files to your hard drive}, it's mostly a function of your DVD drive speed. To rip takes just a few minutes. To transcode the main movie to a ready to burn format with DVD Shrink, it takes about 15 to 20 additional minutes with my system. If you need to encode it to a different format, depends on your CPU speed and the format and settings you are using.

    I use DVDFab HD Decrypter to rip, then DVD Shrink to transcode to a DVD-5 size, main movie only, and burn with ImgBurn. All freeware.
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