Last week dotTech and SnowFox Software teamed up to bring everyone SnowFox Total Video Converter for free; now dotTech-SnowFox Software once again come together, but this time we have 30 licenses of SnowFox Software’s flagship product SnowFox DVD & Video Converter to give away for free!
Here are all the features of SnowFox DVD & Video Converter as per the developer:
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These are all the supported input & output formats as per the developer:
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That said, 30 lucky dotTechies will have the chance to own a copy of SnowFox DVD & Video Converter for free! All winners will receive free minor updates and free major updates for up to 12 months. Here are the rules for this giveaway:
Version being given out for free: v18.104.22.168
Free updates: Free minor updates and free major updates for up to 12 months
Supported OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/Win7
Download size: 14.1 MB
- If you want to win a license of SnowFox DVD & Video Converter, you must post a comment below answering all of these questions:
- Have you ever used a DVD ripper before (yes or no)? If yes, which DVD ripper?
- Have you ever used a video converter before (yes or no)? If yes, which video converter?
- What do you think of the price of SnowFox DVD & Video Converter ($49 but dotTechies can get it for $24.50 for a limited time)? Is it a fair price? Would you be willing to pay that much if you were in the market looking for such a software?
- Just by looking at the features list, are there are any features that you would like to be added to SnowFox DVD & Video Converter? If yes, please elaborate.
Anyone that does not answer all four of these questions will be disqualified.
- 10 licenses are reserved for dotTech donors, authors, admins, and artists. If you fall in this 10 license reserve category, please specifically state so in your comment (i.e. say “I am a donor” if you are a donor, etc.), otherwise I may not know. Also if you are a donor, please be sure to use the e-mail you donated with in your comment (do not post your e-mail in public, just use the e-mail in the “e-mail” form when posting a comment) so I can confirm.
- The other 20 licenses can be won by anyone.
- I reserve the right to award specific people licenses if I feel they have helped positively foster the dotTech community (the people who fall into this category is at my sole discretion).
- You may only enter the drawing once and may only win one license. If you try to enter more than once, you will be disqualified.
When posting a comment, please make sure you enter an e-mail that is 100% valid and an e-mail you will check because the licenses will be distributed via e-mail by me. If you win and don’t have a valid e-mail or an e-mail you don’t check, your license will go to waste. However, please don’t post your e-mail in your comment! You should never post your e-mail on a public forum. Just enter the e-mail you want to be contacted at in the “E-mail” field when writing your comment – I will be able to get your e-mail from there. Or if you are a registered dotTechie just post a comment while you are logged in and I will be able to find your e-mail.
The winners of this giveaway will be announced after the giveaway has ended in 72 hours, or on Friday July 23, 2010.
Good luck to everyone!
If you don’t win a SnowFox DVD & Video Converter license, keep in mind that you can purchase SnowFox DVD & Video Converter for $24.50 after taking advantage of an exclusive dotTech 50% off. Click here for more details.