I will express my opinion on this issue. I already opened a topic but better reply to this one.
For I start I don’t like the attitude “hey some people are moaning for the free version and us, the good guys who paid for it, say that they are lucky there is a free version”…
The truth is that since DVDFab used to have two separate builds (one of which was the HD version) stop claiming that you are the good guys and all the users using the HD version are the stupid ones. This is a too snobby and wrong.
For me it is not just the nag screen. It is the fact that the main aim is to sell. Unfortunately, today you have it tomorrow you may have a competitive product that is free (although there is one now) and can beat you fair and square. Personally, the only software I have paid for in my PC is Windows. Everything else is freeware/open source with no nag screens, no intention to annoy you so you will buy the full version and so on. Free software is out there and it is the best there is. Someone who will download the free version and likes it, it is more likely to buy the full version. However, by forcing the user to click on nag screens, you will more likely annoy and not get back what you want.
I really liked DVDFab. However, I don’t like the attitude I see here and the attitude of the new version. Thanks for your support. It’s pitty that DVDFab will never be half as good as DVDDecrypter and DVDShrink. These programs, besides being GREAT, they respected the user. Having said that, I already uninstalled DVDFab (all the junk that counts the days is still in my PC though) and installed RipIt4Me. It uses the programs that I mentioned before and work as great. And from now on, when someone will ask me to recommend something for DVD backups, I will recommend RipIt4Me.
Thanks for the excellent program of the past and hope that Fengtao will learn something from the comments that you see on the net.