DVD to Nexus

rps4gas

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Mar 22, 2013
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Hi there to you all!

I am new to forum and have limited 'ability' with computers and the like so I would appreciate a bit of help.:confused::confused:

I am trying to upload DVD films onto a Nexus 7 and my new Nexus 10. I seem to be struggling to find a dvd ripper that will convert files easily!

What do you guys recommend and where from?

Should I be looking at free samples or pay for one?

Cheers in advance for any help!

Martin
 

leeshor

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Dec 27, 2011
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Welcome to the forum

My suggestion would be to get DVD Catalyst. Check this thread. DVD Catalyst

It has tablet specific pre-sets that work great and it's well worth the $10 and easy to use.
 

Spider

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Mar 24, 2011
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Hi Martin, congratulations on your Nexus 7 and new Nexus 10. Welcome to the forum, nice of you to become a member of Android Tablets. I agree with my friend Lee's suggestion, DVD Catalyst is probably just what you're looking for.
 

rbryanp

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Apr 13, 2013
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So ...how do you prefer to be addressed? "DVDCAT" for short? :cool:

I am intrigued by your product. After reading the information on the URL that you provided, I still don't know if your product can do what I need it to do.

I have several movies on DVD's that I own. I would like to make a version of some of my favored DVD's to play on my Nexus 7. However, how does your product deal with copyrighted material?

I am aware that some products simply will not convert copyrighted movies on DVD. But if I actually own the DVD media with a movie on it, and I am only interested in watching these movies on my Nexus 7 (as opposed to sharing with others which would violate copyright laws), can I use DVDCatalyst to convert the movies legally? And...will DVDCatalyst actually do the conversion?

Bottom line...Will DVDCatalyst rip DVD movies from copyrighted media? $9.95 sounds like a bargain IF it can do the job. I would probably even pay pay double if I knew it could do the job.

Thanks for your thoughts.

Very Respectfully,

Bryan
 

rbryanp

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Apr 13, 2013
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Thanks for the information. You answered the most important question about whether or not DVDCatalyst will do the job.

And thanks for the reading material. ;)
 
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