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  1. I want to backup my DVD library, some of which seems to be going bad, and I want to convert them to ISO, to keep all the features. A few years back I remember converting DVD to ISO with some free piece of software, but can't remember what it was.

    So how do I rip a DVD into an ISO?

    By the way, I now have Windows 10 on all my PC's. Don't know if that's an issue, but figured it's worth mentioning. (Though I can easily get an older OS installed.)
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    I really can't remember any decrypting software that didn't have that option "somewhere" in the options.
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  3. Thanks. DVD Shrink seems to be doing the job so far. Many of my DVD's are very old, so I think it should have no problem with them. If some fail I'll look for something else.
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    CloneDVD has an option to save your data to ISO. It's not freeware though. Also you might need a decrypter, e.g. AnyDVD.
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    I still use DVDShrink but, have to rip disk with AnyDVD first, like 95%+ of the time. AnyDVD = VOB (folders) or iso, but whole disk. I use Shrink for 'movie only', iso or folders.

    I allus have prefered iso's, , , ,

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