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    Hello. I will begin for apologizing for such a newbie question but I am just getting up to speed on the process of copying/converting DVDs. I have read through the forum in detail but I am still a bit confused on what I actually need from DVDFab. It is probably just me but it seems like their product descriptions have overlap. What I am looking to accomplish is below.

    Simply speaking, I would like to copy my DVD collection (create soft copies) and then convert those files (MP4) to play on my Playstation 3. I would want the converted file to be as close to the DVD resolution as possible as the file would be watched on a 46in Plasma or a projector w/ 100 inch screen...both via PS3.

    I think I have narrowed it down to DVD Copy, DVD Ripper and PassKey for DVD but I do not think I need all 3.

    Lastly, if any one has done anything similiar with success please let me know if there is something I am missing or should know.

    Thank you have taking the time to help me out with what is probably a trivial question for most on this board.

    Thanks,
    Frank
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  2. Well worth investing in is AnyDVD (comes with a lifetime licence).
    This will remove the protection on the discs you have and any you purchases in the future.

    With the above installed, a free program such as video.NET should do the trick.
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  3. To do it for free, use DVDFab HD Decrypter and video.NET

    Another way is to use BDlot DVD ISO Master and video.NET

    There are a multitude of methods. Check the Tools section on the left for freeware.
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