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    Hi,
    I am really new to ripping dvd files that I want to put on my iPhone, so yesterday I was downloading free software to my iMac, (10.5.7),
    and was trying out different software to use and not really reading instructions, just clicking buttons to see what worked.
    I clicked "ok" to download additional software called "3ivx" and clicked "ok" on a compatible app to load. Now when I try to rip a dvd of LOST, (I never saw it and trying to catch up with friends) I keep getting this over my files, no matter what software I use, so how do I get rid of this?
    Please help, I will really appreciate it.

    Thank you,
    Gary

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  2. uninstall 3ivx
    Go to control panel then
    Add or Remove programs then
    Remove 3ivx


    And dont give me excuses "I've only got a Mac" :HandBag:
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    This might help: http://forums.3ivx.com/index.php?showtopic=86578

    Never bothered with 3ivx on my iBook, so I'm probably not going to be able to help, much.
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    Thank you so much, Ai, the forum was very useful and solved my problem. Thank you to everyone for your suggestions!

    Peace,
    Gary
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    I don't keep up with Mac based video solutions as I use a PC for that, but the folks at Divx (http://www.divx.com) do have a commercial encoding solution for Mac that's not expensive. By the way, I work with a bunch of Mac fanboys and all I ever hear from them is stuff like "Why don't you just use Handbrake?" (it costs money too) with puzzled looks as to why anyone would want to use anything else.
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    jman98: Huh? As far as I know, Handbrake has always been free - it's open-source, and has versions available for Macs, Windows and Linux.

    I'm not one of the people who recommend it - not that it's bad, I just don't use it.
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  7. I actaully like handbrake....just wish they'd fix the 12bytes problem.
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