DVD Decrypter 3.5.3.0 released with a massive changelog!

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#1

I just posted the article DVD Decrypter 3.5.3.0 released with a massive changelog!.

LIGHTNING UK!, Kerry56 and jellybelly all used our news submit to tell us about this latest release. LIGHTNING UK! says: "Mirror sites are still being updated so users may…

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#2

It wouldn’t be a DVDdecrypter update without a massive changelog. :wink:


#3

It gives people something to read while they’re ripping their discs! :wink:


#4

Not half :smiley: It makes you want to donate a 2nd time :smiley: Great work Lightning UK :D:X:B


#5

simply the best


#6

An update like this deserves to be called DVD Decrypter 4.0. Which brings to another question. What features are planned for version 4? :slight_smile:


#7

Better than AnyDVD ?


#8

Different than AnyDVD. AnyDVd is a driver that runs in the background, so you don’t need to rip the DVD to the harddrive first. DVDDecrypter is a free tool that allows you to rip the entire DVD to the harddrive. You then can use any re-encoder/transcoder software to compress it.


#9

Yes, but by not ripping to the hard drive, one cannot take advantage of a freeware program called Menushrink (Videohelp.com) that dramatically downsizes the VTS…0.vobs, which just might allow you to burn the DVD without any further transcoding. Also, this program is useful if you are transcoding because it alrady pre-shrinks the menus (remove audio from menus and motion if not required), before you transcode, thereby allowing a higher bitrate for important stuff.


#10

Version 4 could be the one that disables Macrovision’s Ripguard??