[CC] Free WinX DVD Ripper Platinum! (Until May 14)

WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is an excellent DVD ripper that can rip most, if not all, DVDs to to various different output formats:

WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is an ultimate DVD ripper software capable of ripping the content of DVDs to a wide range of mainstream video formats, such as AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, MOV, FLV, 3GP, etc. Users can also painlessly rip DVD (including encrypted DVD) to iPhone, iPod, iPad/iPad 2, iTouch, Apple TV, Zune, Mobile phone, Sony PSP, Zen, etc.

This DVD ripping software brings you the fastest DVD ripping solution in market thanks to the cutting-edge technology to support Multi-core CPU (maximally 8-core processor), Hyper-threading and the newest CUDA. Moreover, the built in revolutionary backup feature enables you to directly copy DVD to hard drive and USB with original Video, original 5.1 Channel AC3/DTS Dolby Audio within 5 minutes (the processing time also depends on your CPU and DVD driver speed).

The best part is that it can bypass DRM protection on DVDs! (Please only rip DVDs in a legal manner.)

Supported DVDs:

  • Regular DVD (homemade DVD).
  • Commercial DVD CSS encryption.
  • DVD Region Code Enhanced (RCE).
  • User operation prohibition (UOP).
  • Sony ARccOS DVD protection.
  • Disney New DVD Copy Protection — Disney X-project DRM.
  • The Analog Protection System (APS).

Input DVD Formats:

  • DVD 5, DVD 9, DVD ROM, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW

Output File Formats:

  • Original MPEG2 (DVD), AVI, WMV, FLV, MP4, MPEG, MOV, 3GP, Xvid, DivX

Devices:

  • iPod, iPod classic, iPod touch, iPod nano
  • iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4
  • iPad/iPad 2, Apple TV
  • Sony PSP, Microsoft Zune
  • General 3GP Mobile phone, Nokia, Motorola, Sony Ericsson, Blackberry, Zen

Other:

  • MP3, JPEG, BMP

Ashraf has reviewed WinX DVD Ripper Platinum in the past and has loved it (http://dottech.org/shareware-reviews/12404).

There is a promotion running allowing everyone to get WinX DVD Ripper Platinum for free! The promotion will last until May 14th, 2011:

Download link: http://www.winxdvd.com/download/winx-dvd-ripper-pt.exe

Registration code: AA-TUUNTNTQ-HFRHXU

Promotion page: http://www.winxdvd.com/giveaway/maheshkukreja.htm

Product homepage: http://winxdvd.com/dvd-ripper-platinum/

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13 comments

  1. mukhi

    @Ashraf:
    i think this topic is extremely controversial. i don’t know whether the current law allows it, however, this is what i find:
    “The ability to create copies of the media you’ve purchased for personal use is a long-accepted facet of the fair-use doctrine in U.S. copyright law (at least, it used to be). However, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) states that it’s illegal to break the CSS copy-protection mechanism employed by most commercial DVD movies. What does that mean? Most fair-use advocates say that the policy directly contradicts U.S. copyright law, but the DMCA seems to indicate that you cannot make a copy of a commercial DVD, even for personal use, and you certainly cannot give a copied DVD to anyone or watch copied DVD files on your computer. We assume that fair use will eventually catch up and be established as a safety valve for consumers (which has been the pattern with previous technologies, such as VHS), but for now, the territory is still uncertain and a bit dangerous.”
    http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-3513_7-5128652-1.html

    “In some countries, it is legal to backup a DVD that you own; in many it is not. In some countries, backing up a DVD is legal but decrypting it (removing its copy protection) is not.”
    http://www.bitwisemag.com/copy/reviews/software/dvdsoftware/dvdsoftware.html

    therefore, i would say “fair-use doctrine” may allow you to have a backup, however, the law itself prohibits it.
    have you ever seen the “warning” page of a video saying that the video may be backed up for personal use if you own the video?

  2. Deirdre

    I know I’ve only a little time left to download. Have this program from an earlier GOTD and love it. I am soon to inherit a laptop that I would love to install this on. Have tried to download it to my external hard drive so I can then install it on the laptop but in the process asks for where the shortcut should be filed and can’t get beyond ‘c’ drive. Am not great at this sort of thing so if anyone could help I’d be very grateful.

  3. Telly Vision

    Anyone know where I can get the free giveaway of the WinX DVD copy? I just want to make an exact copy (duplicate) of a DVD to a blank DVD (in case I accidentally scratch the original)

  4. Jim

    Noticed that after installation it had a different registration code than the one above. I removed it and registered with AA-TUUNTNTQ-HFRHXU from above. Don’t know if that makes a difference in upgrades, etc.

  5. Michael

    Correction. I just checked and my current existing one is already v6.0.2. I thought wrong earlier. So this is the version that I been having trouble with with my Win7 64-bit. Does anyone else have that kind of problem too?

  6. Michael

    This is my all time favorite dvd ripper. Very stable and I often used it for ripping to divx files (or avi) and the results come out fast and really good resolution even when set at video quality btw 1500-1800. The cons is that it worked great on my XP 32bit and Vista 32bit. Once I upgraded to Win7 64 bit, it no longer worked. The software basically crashes during the process of encoding and I get corrupted video files. I had told the developer that it seems to be incompatable with Win7 64bit. I hope this newer version (the last I was using was v6.0) has been improved.