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Giveaway of the day — WinX DVD Ripper Platinum 6.0

WinX DVD Ripper Platinum é capaz de ripar DVDs para vídeos AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, MOV, FLV, 3GP, assim como iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTouch, Apple TV, Zune, Mobile phone, Sony PSP com cerca de 50 perfis pré-configurados.
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WinX DVD Ripper Platinum 6.0 esteve disponível como oferta em 31 de outubro de 2010

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WinX DVD Ripper Platinum é capaz de ripar DVDs para vídeos AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, MOV, FLV, 3GP, assim como iPhone, iPod, iPad, iTouch, Apple TV, Zune, Mobile phone, Sony PSP com cerca de 50 perfis pré-configurados. O revolucionário recurso de backup embutido permite que os usuários façam o backup do DVD para o disco rígido com Video original e Áudio Dolby AC3/DTS Canal 5.1 in cerca de 5 minutos. Com suporte ao CPU Multi-Core, Hyper-threading e o novíssimo CUDA, ele é a solução de ripagem no.1 do mercado.

Super upgrade no WinX DVD Ripper Platinum v6.0:

  • Software reconstruído com trabalho novo de quadros e UI para se adaptar ao uso comum. Velocidade de ripagem incrivelmente aprimorada e qualidade de imagem.
  • Saída de vídeo de MP4 com suporte a 2 canais AAC, 4 Canais AAC e 6 Canais AAC.
  • Suporte ao AVI, mantendo as faixas originais de áudio do DVD AC3/DTS 6 Canais
  • Saída para WMV e video MPEG mantendo as faixas originais de áudio do DVD AC3/DTS 6 Canais
  • Codificador de WMV aprimorado para se adequar ao requisito do Windows Media Center. Backup de DVD para WMV com áudio AC3/DTS e stream para PS3 e Xbox 360
  • Aumento significativo da velocidade do codificador H.264. Melhor suporte para CPU Multi-core
  • Suporte otimizado para iPhone 4, iPad, iPod 4 e outros players de vídeos de iOS

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows 98/ NT/ 2000/ 2003/ XP/ Vista (x32/x64)/ 7 (x32/x64)

Publicado por:

Digiarty Software

Página Oficial:

http://www.winxdvd.com/dvd-ripper-platinum/

Tamanho do arquivo:

10.7 MB

Preço:

$ 29.95

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#8

Na hora valeu o código mas no dia seguinte pedia de novo e dava como inválido.
Propaganda enganosa????????

Responder   |   Anna  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#7

Vou até aprender a ler pra poder usar esse sofitiuére..

Responder   |   Tiririca Federal  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#6

Alguém já disse aqui que estava com saudades de programas de verdade. Parece-me que nossas preces foram atendidas.

Responder   |   LUIZ ALBERTO  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#5

Ai sim fomos surpreendidos novamente!

Responder   |   Zagallo  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#4

estou compreoblemas com a licença... o codigo que o site me dá é invalido para o programa :(

Responder   |   Miguel Ferreira  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#3

Ai sim eu valorizo!

Responder   |   Raffael  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#2

ah conserteza esse programa é bom...fazia tempo que nao vinha um desses

Responder   |   Duilio  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
#1

ae,agora sim,os bons programas estão voltando

Responder   |   Lucio  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (0)
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#5

This giveaway is available on softpedia as well

http://www.softpedia.com/get/CD-DVD-Tools/CD-DVD-Rip-Other-Tools/WinX-DVD-Ripper-Platinum.shtml

In order to activate the full version, please use the following registration code: AA-TDUPTDYO-MIBQER

cheers

Thanks neway GAOTD

bhavya  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+39)
#4

WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is a nice, easy to use, fast video converter that only accepts video DVD input -- it will read DVD on discs or in folders on your hard drive(s), but not individual audio/video file(s). It allows you to trim [set in/out points] &/or crop your video, but doesn't have other editing features that can be found in some converters, like setting contrast, brightness, &/or FX. Like most converters it has the option to take subtitles in the DVD & make them permanent -- permanent subtitles are overlaid & encoded as part of the video, vs. switchable subs that can be turned on/off (like on the orig. DVD). The big news with WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is that in many cases you can keep & use the original audio, including 5.1 (6 channel) AC3, & it can also output 6 channel AAC.

Most video rippers &/or converters use output profiles -- templates or presets of encoder settings that work with the target devices [using the right combo of encoder options/settings can get pretty complicated, so for most people profiles are a very good thing]. OTOH selecting & managing a large selection of profiles can too often be confusing... Digiarty uses a different sort of GUI design with WinX DVD Ripper Platinum to make selecting & working with profiles much more straightforward -- you have 2 rows of tabs, 1 for video format [avi, mp4 etc.], the other for devices [iPod, iPad etc.]. Each tab has its own range of profiles, settings, & possible customizations, plus by clicking the Option button up top, you can save changes you've made to an existing profile. On the down side, while Digiarty's use of tabs can be less confusing, they take up space, and only so many can fit comfortably across the program window -- this means you have fewer device profiles [e.g. no Droid].

Using WinX DVD Ripper Platinum... The 1st step is to point the app to your DVD disc or folder -- it'll then read the DVD, putting the titles it finds in a job list. Double clicking a title starts it playing in the small preview window, while 2 boxes beneath the preview let you set start/stop times -- right clicking the title (in the title list) you can also trim &/or crop the video in a separate window with a larger preview. Note that video besides titles may be included in the title list (menus for example) -- normally with the preview & the video info given you shouldn't have much of a problem selecting just the title you want, But, with DVDs designed for DRM rather than function [many DVDs are intentionally broken], you may sometimes want or need to copy the DVD using DVD Shrink's re-author mode, getting a 2nd DVD folder with just the title you want, nothing else. Once you've selected the title in WinX DVD Ripper Plat, you select which tracks you want [audio & opt. subtitle] using the drop down boxes below the title list -- note that choosing a subtitle means it will be permanently added to the results. The rest is a matter of picking a destination, then choosing a profile tab & tailoring the output to what you want/need. [Tip: most DVD drives come with a speed limit to discourage copying -- check out "Media Code Speed Edit", a free app to remove that limit]

Installation is very close to painless -- a folder is added under User Application Data in XP, or under User \ AppData \ Roaming in 7, plus you get Start Menu shortcuts, & the program's folder itself [17 files, 2 folders, ~33 MB] -- Windows' registry gets an uninstall key. Using Portable App Creator I was easily able to get it working off a USB stick.

Running some quick test on WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, I'm impressed. H264/AVC encoding is *maybe* 10 fps faster than average compared to other converters/rippers. And it doesn't seem they got that increase by just reducing quality settings either -- the results look good, like they're supposed to. ;-) [Most encoders have a range of quality settings, often including number of encoding passes, & for the most part quality & speed are mutually exclusive -- IOW some apps are fast because they just turn quality down a few notches.] The Copy DVD tab/option should come in very handy (ironically?) when/if you want to use another app for conversion/transcoding etc... a great many video apps Will Not take separate audio & video, but most free tools give you just that, individual video & audio files from a DVD [e.g. PgcDemux]. Very quickly copying mpg2 video & AC3 audio from a DVD into a single .mpg file is nice to have. Definitely a keeper, my only request ATM -> boosting CUDA's fine, but please don't forget ATI's Stream... after all, stats say ATI sells more cards/chips than nVidea.

mike  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+29)
#3

#4: "... It has the ability to use all the cpu cores available in your computer… As a result, I was able to fully backup a whole dvd in less than 3 minutes..."

#12: "... In all my years I’ve never come across a ripper that can do a whole movie in 3 mins..."

Yes, 3 minutes (or less) is 'bout right if you're just using the Copy tab in WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, *IF* the DVD is a 3-4 GB single layered affair & has been copied to your hard drive already. There's no encoding going on, no need for CPU horsepower, no nothing really but copying the mpg2 & Ac3 streams to another file [large files, say 7+ GB worth, just take twice as long]. Likewise copying a complete DVD from one hard drive folder to another takes a similar amount of time & resources. Speed copying from an optical disc depends on how fast your drive can read it, & if the drive's got copy speed limits or not etc.

Note that the Copy option in today's GOTD does not copy everything -- for that you'd want Shrink. Note also that if you do more than copy, if you transcode the video &/or audio to something else, &/or re-size it, that stuff does use horsepower & can take some time, though how much or how little depends on exactly what you're doing.

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#5: "... can anyone suggest where a newbie can go to learn about “Audio Sample Rates,” “Video Frame Rates,” etc., and how to better use them?..."

RE: Audio Sample Rates etc... *If/When* you're going to do any editing -- you lose quality during conversion, so you don't want your hard or software making conversions behind the scenes -- IOW you want 48/16 (or whatever you're using) to stay that way start to finish, including temp files. Since you do lose quality during any sample rate conversion, you can avoid that loss by sticking with the original sample rates [generally 48/16 for DVD], even if it seems overkill for your destination, e.g. a hand-held. When you do down-sample (usually to have a smaller audio file), if you want better audio use an app that uses dithering as part of the process. And in a nutshell, the lower the sample rate & bit depth the smaller the file.

RE: FPS [Frames Per Second]... Generally you can double the existing fps, meaning every frame's shown twice, which in some cases can make it *seem* to look better, e.g. cartoons are often originally around 12 fps & doubled. Small web video featuring talking heads has been traditionally cut down to 12-15 fps because size was more important than quality -- cutting fps = tossing frames = smaller size = lower quality. If that makes sense, it's because I haven't mentioned TV or TV standards. NTSC TV = 29.976 fps -- PAL = 25fps -- film = 24 fps -- digitized film content is often 23.976, which is *more-or-less* interchangeable with 24 fps. It's *very* difficult to change 29.976 to 24 or 25 fps (generally use hardware & wave theory), but it's easy to go in the opposite direction, using special formulas to repeat fields [1 field = 1/2 frame]. Removing those *added* fields is called Inverse Telecine [IVT], which you'll see in all sorts of encoders/converters. Note results vary, sometimes a LOT.

DVDs though can be special. 24 fps progressive frames can have *pull-down* added to = 29.976 fps NTSC -- this means repeating frames, but importantly, no extra frames are really included, just the 24 fps frames + directions telling the decoder to repeat which frames in what order. So *if/when* DVD video is 24p w/pulldown, you can dump the extra instructions & just use the 24 fps video as is, & indeed that's preferred. The problem is as always in the details -- some DVD video really is 29.976 fps, & if you try to use it as anything but 29.976 fps video you'll have problems &/or poor results.

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#40: "I downloaded this last week..."

Today's GOTD is Slightly newer.

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#44: "... one thing i would like to see is a in the help file, something explaining what formats are good for what, and generally teaches you about how to maximize use for purposes… "

There are so many devices & it can get so complicated that I'm not aware of any *one* place on-line (let alone one doc) that has it all. Best bet is to start with devices you own &/or want to work with, then research them individually. Then as you start learning the "finer" points, you can start experimenting with things like matrices etc., *if* you want to. If it helps, currently the formats getting attention (including HD) are AVC/H264, Google's WebM, & VC1. Mpg2 is still in the game [HD broadcast], as is DivX with their latest push to HD. All have their pros/cons, e.g. you can encode mpg2 faster, work with it easier, but for a given quality have bigger files than VC1, which is horrible to work with, & like AVC slow to encode.

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#46: "... I’ve ripped one DVD successfully and another that lost sound or just froze after 5 minutes into playing..."

Many (alas myself included) tend to think of *ripping* as bypassing DRM -- that isn't necessarily the case, At All... WinX DVD Ripper Plat. is a converter that can *read* DVDs, so you don't have to worry about extracting the right files or combining .VOB files or any of that. There can be a LOT of reasons for losing audio or video freezing -- 1 common cause is a DVD that's purposely broken as a means of DRM... in many cases the *only* alternative is to use specialized apps like those from DVDFab &/or SlySoft. It's a cat & mouse game where DVDs & BDs continually evolve using new DRM, & those 2 companies constantly release new versions to counter it.

mike  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+29)
#2

Ok, I loaded this on Win XP Pro SP3. When I ran it, it showed an estimated time until the operation would be completed, but it seemed to hang at the 99% position. Then it finally got to the end of the copy DVD function, but my Online Armor antivirus program flagged some suspicious activity. One flag had to do with the program attempting to create an executable file. Not sure why a converter would need to do something like this, so I blocked that and allowed it to finish the copy function because I trust GAOTD!

At the end of the installation, the program developer opened up IE (not my default browser) and brought me to a "Halloween Giveaway" web page for a free copy of its DVD Converter program. I thought the pair of programs sounded like a great set of tools so I installed that as well. The WinX DVD Converter program was flagged several times by Online Armor - one time for a Key logger! Another was when it attempted (during installation) to disable Windows File Protection.

The "Halloween Giveaway" website had a section for comments, and one of those was that all of the other comments had been deleted. There were 6 comments when I viewed it. Seems a bit fishy!

GAOTD - could someone look into this, please? I love your site and trust your recommendations.

hayhaypaula  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+27)
#1

Hello,
Amazing program !
It has the ability to use all the cpu cores available in your computer... As a result, I was able to fully backup a whole dvd in less than 3 minutes.
Thank you GAOTD and Digiarty Software for this program !
WinX DVD Ripper Platinum 6.0 is working perfectly here on Windows Vista Ultimate 64x SP2 and XP Pro 32x

Hector  –  13 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+22)

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