Ahead DVD Ripper is a small tool that allow you rip DVD to VCD2.0,SVCD1.0 or AVI(divx...),mp3,ogg,wma,wav. It produces good quality movies in AVI ,MPEG1/2 format that take only 1/10 of original size and extract Audio from video DVDs.
Unit Converter 1.0.1 Easily convert between units of measurement. Features include: addition of new conversion routines; categorize and save routines in seperate files; control the format and precision of the result; automatically copy the result to the clipboard.
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Description: Ahead DVD Ripper is a small tool that allow you backup DVD to VCD2.0, SVCD1.0 or AVI(divx...),mp3,ogg,wma,wav. It produces good quality movies in AVI , MPEG1/2 format that take nearly only 1/10 of original size and extract Audio from video DVDs.
Ahead DVD Ripper supports charpter encode mode so you can split or rip DVD by charpters in one or several MPG/AVI files. You can also split the movie by time. After setting the start and stop time position, it will start and stop conversion between the time that you want. Ahead DVD ripper also allow splitting movie by size, the output files will automatically split and fit the destination size. Ahead DVD Ripper has been designed especialy for inexperienced users, it is a simple and easy program. In the step by step mode, you will really find it just takes three steps clicks to accomplish all the job.
AVI DivX to DVD SVCD VCD Converter 5.4.1208 AVI DivX to DVD SVCD VCD Converter is a video converter software to convert your videos to VCD, SVCD, DVD formats that can be played on your home VCD/DVD player.It supports most
DivX Software and Windows XP Service Pack 2 Some of our products may not work with Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 when a feature called Data Execution Prevention (DEP) is enabled. DEP is enabled by default in Service Pack 2.
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