This video will show you some free programs to use for converting DVD’s to play on iPod’s or other portable media devices. You can find the links to the software used in the video below:
FOR MAC USERS: As I do not have a Mac, I cannot test this method, but a free program to remove dvd encryption is MacTheRipper. Once it has ripped the DVD to your computer, you can then use Handbrake to convert it as shown in the video.
This video covers the steps needed to convert a VHS video tape to DVD. You will need to purchase a video capture card in order to do this project.
Step 1: Items Needed
A VCR, a video capture card, a computer, free software from DVD Flick
Step 3: Connect the VCR to the capture card
Using a regular co-axial cable, connect the VCR to the capture card in the same way you would connect it to a TV.
Step 4: Record the VHS tape to your computer.
Once you have everything connected, and your computer is turned back on, use the software that came with the video capture card to record the VHS tape from your VCR. Just put the tape in the VCR and play it as you would on a TV.
Step 5: Burn the video to DVD
Using the free software from DVD Flick , you can convert the video to a DVD image and burn it to a DVD. You can also add menus to the DVD using this program.
***UPDATE*** Microsoft has just realeased Windows 7 beta publicly. You can download it here:
I’m trying out a new video format. Let me know if you like it. If you do, I’ll keep it, if you don’t I’ll switch back in later videos. This video covers the steps on how to download Windows 7 beta for testing purposes ONLY.
Download and install muTorrent
If you don’t want to download torrents, you can download using rapidshare. Just do a Google search for “Windows 7 Beta rapidshare”, and scan through the results until you find a website with Windows 7 rapidshare links. then download the links.
Once the ISO has download, you can download Deepburner to burn the ISO to a dvd.
This video tutorial will show you how you can backup your DVD’s to your computer and then compress them so that they can fit onto a CD. This project requires two free programs: DVD Decrypter and AutoGK. This software is Windows only. If you are using a Mac, please use the Handbrake software. Also, if your DVD seems to be copy-protected, please try this software: RipIt4Me.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to download your favorite YouTube videos and burn them to DVD so that you can play them on your TV. This project requires iPod Video Converter and DVD Flick. This software is Windows only. If you are using a different OS, please download and read the PDF file for alternatives. Also, you may note that DVD Flick doesn’t support menus. For alternate software that supports menus, please refer to the PDF file.-Download PDF file.