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DVDREasy v0.7.2

Win2k / WinXP
DVDREasy is a free program that automates the multiple steps to backup DVD9 to DVD±R. Basicly, it's a "Graphic User Interface" that calls various freeware tools to rip, demux, encode, author and burn a new DVD.

The goal of DVDReasy is to obtain a backup DVD with the best video quality possible. DVDREasy does re-encoding by using Cinema Craft Encoder SP ( 2.50, 2.66, 2.67, 2.70) or HC Encoder (free). No audio encoding is done. The audio stream will be exactly the same as the original DVD.

This is a "movie only" tool. The final result will only have the video track, one audio track and an optional subtitles track. This way you will maintain the maximum bitrate possible for the movie.

DVDREasy uses the following FREEWARE tools (included in DVDREasy package):
-DVD2AVIDG 1.77.3 (by LOLI.J modified version 1.77.3dg by Donald A. Graft)
-AVISYNTH 2.5.2 (by Ben Rudiak-Gold)
-VOBSUB 2.09 (by Gabest)
-SUBTOSUP 0.9 (by Huisendobler)
-ECLCCE 1.81 (by RM at
-HC ENCODER 0.13b (by Hank315)
-BBDMUX 1.9 (by Brent Beyeler)
-MUXMAN 0.13h (by MPUCoder)
-PULLDOWN 0.99d (by Hard Code)
-MKISOFS 2.01 (by Ross)

Also, you must have:
-DVD Decrypter
-Bitrate Viewer

Optional :

Read also our DVDREasy guide from here
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DVDREasy v0.7.2Filesize: 6.11 MB

Other editions:

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License type Freeware1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 29 Nov 2005
Downloads 13,444
File size 6.11 MB (<1min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Win2k / WinXP1

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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