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DVDx v4.1.7.0 Beta 7.0

Open source
Win2k / Win98 / WinME / WinXP
DVDx is an extremely easy to use DVD to VCD/SVCD/DivX/WMV converter. It does everything in one step.

The software is very light weight and setting it up for ripping is a breeze. DVDx has built-in MPEG encoding routines, but it can also be used with an Adobe Premiere plug-in (LSX, Panasonic or CinemaCraft) or TMPGEnc. Using TMPGEnc requires the VideoServer AVI-wrapper.

If DVD2SVCD seems too difficult to use, or you're just looking for a quick solution, look no further!


DVDx v4.1.8.0 Beta 8.0 DVDx v4.1.8.0 Beta 8.0 DVDx v4.0.0.1

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License type Open source1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 15 Feb 2017
Downloads 228,719
File size 76.75 MB (< 11min @ 1Mbps)
Operating systems Win2k / Win98 / WinME / WinXP1

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

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DVDx v2.10

This is the only ripper one would need to get thing's done. I'm not into ripping movies I just have all my own home video as DVD since tapes will loose the signal. <br/> <br/>In one step I have my movies ready to work with. This is all I will need and SUPER to get work done.

DVDx v2.3

This software, while very easy to use, and while producing very good quality, has a couple of things which might need to be addressed. I used this software to produce both SVCD's and AVI files from DVD's for a long time before deciding to try DIKO.
First, I have always had trouble with Audio/Video Sync when using this software to produce SVCD's. Second off, the SVCD's produced were of considerable size, while DIKO compresses most movies into the space of 1 CD, DVDx normally takes 2 or 3. Other than that, it's great software, and normally works seamlessly.

DVDx v2.3

This product deserves accolades - very easy to use, a lot of user control on the end product, intuitive interface, and a soup-to-nuts ripper without needing 3 other pieces of software to work.

Excellent Software - and thanks to the developers!

DVDx v2.3

Excellent software. In a matter of hours this program will rip a DVD and encode to VCD, SVCD or divx AVI. You can adjust the bitrate and split files according to cd size required or use lower bitrate to fit entire DVD on one CD-R. You will lose some quality here. At standard VCD bitrate the quality is excellent. Easiest DVD ripping software ever!

DVDx v2.3

I was searching high and low for something to convert my DVD's to my new Windows Portable Media Player (Samsung Yepp YH-999). This meant reading IFO's or VOB's and converting to (ideally) WMV or AVI. Mind you I tried TMPGEnc 3.0 XPress, AVS Video Converter, AutoGK and a couple of other nondescript tools.

Key features I sought.

* Ability to maintain widescreen aspect ratio when scaling down to 320x240. Other tools simply stretched the widescreen to the full height of the small screen.

* Ability to make slight adjustments (crop/zoom) the widescreen image so that it fills the small screen more efficiently (ever seen a 2.35:1 ratio on 320x240? It's small!).

DVDx 2.3 did the trick! The program could use a facelift and there's a few minor bugs, but this is a piece of software well worth supporting. Awesome.

02 Apr 2005 All reviews by user Xato