I gave it a go on the trial, and it was good so when that runs out I may have to buy it.
thanks for the tip Dave, did you get the CD?
Get it, Janet...this program does exactly what it says it does.
And you won't believe how simple it is to use.
I just did a search for DVDXCOPY, and it looks just right for me, its what I have been looking for.
Now i need to find a program to make the size of the mpeg file that i now have smaller so it can play on my XDA.
Then I will be happy,
I have a DVD burner, and use it regularly.
Ever hear of a program called DVDXCOPY?
A God-send, I can assure.
Pretty poor that 7% has no clue about anything.:1roll:
I use mine to play DVDs coz its not in the same room as my TV, plus I have a 19" sceen, so it looks ok.
Plus not every one in my house wants to watch Christopher Lee all day
I just got my computer for Christmas. I checked and it dosn't have a dvd-rom on it.
If im on my computer then im on line, if im watching tv im usually relaxed sitting on the couch enjoying my movie. I dont find the interest in sitting in front of my computer to watch a movie. I dont see me ever wanting one but im sure when its time for a new computer they will probally be standard by then.
Almost every modern computer comes with one, but hardly anyone uses it.
Very true, I've never used mine until now.
Two G4s at work. One with a DVD-ROM drive, the other a G4 server with a superdrive for burning DVDs.
Since the server's off limits to my DV applications, I performed a little "surgery" and swapped the two drives, putting the burner in my development machibe and putting the DVD_ROM back in the server.
i have a cd burner in my puter but that's about it. no dvd-rom however.:mad:
Mine works just fine with Window XP pro.
I had to get a better player for XP but it's works great.
Windows XP knocked all my sound out of my PC, and I removed the DVD player as I use my proper DVD Player
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