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    What is an easy to use program for backing up DVD's?

    I have a friend that wants to back up all of her DVD movies. She has no computer skills so I need a free easy to use backup program, or something that at least has a simple learning curve.
    Which programs would you suggest?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Re: What is an easy to use program for backing up DVD's?

    Have you thought about using handbreak?, its not to hard to figure out and I believe it can rip dvds

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    Re: What is an easy to use program for backing up DVD's?

    Thanks guys, I'll have her give that a try.
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    Re: What is an easy to use program for backing up DVD's?

    I read this article a couple of days ago. This can be a helpful read for you.
    http://lifehacker.com/380702/five-be...-ripping-tools

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