WinX DVD Ripper Platinum V7.5.4

The latest version of WinX DVD Ripper Platinum has skyrocketed to 50% faster in conversion speed while keeping highest possible quality.

Recent major updates:
1. Greatly improved the reading & pre-reading speed of optical drive, encoding technology, and multi-core optimization.
2. Added new profiles for Galaxy S5 and Surface Pro.
3. Support forced/hard subtitle.

Key Features:
1.Built in 320 profiles, it supports ripping DVDs to any popular video formats and mobile devices.
2. Rip DVDs to M2TS, AVI, MP4, H.264, FLV, MOV, iPhone, iPad, Android, HTC, Samsung, WP8, etc.
3. Support trimming, cropping, merging videos, selecting inner subtitle, and adding extra subtitle before ripping.
4. Copy DVD full title / main content to MPEG file and clone DVD to ISO image, DVD folder.
5.Rip protected DVD in about 6 min (tested on a PC with Intel Core i7-4770k 3.50GHZ, 32GB RAM, Windows 7, DVD name Rio, output format MP4). The actual transfer time also depends on your CPU and DVD driver speed.

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24 votes Vote

Add a "tool tip" for every tool icon on the main page.

TomH, 04.04.2014, 14:35
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12 votes Vote

Get rid of the nag screen 'You are using the Giveaway version (...)'.

WayneInteressierts, 04.04.2014, 23:09
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11 votes Vote

Please provide multiple speeds for recording so that more than one movie, etc. can be placed on a DVD. Make editing your DVD for dummies.

I would like to... suggest an idea Please provide multiple speeds for recording so that more than one movie, etc. can be placed on a DVD. Make editing your DVD for dummies.
PyramidCY, 04.04.2014, 19:36
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3 votes Vote

Add an option to shutdown the application.

In addition to having an option to shut down the computer, add an option to close the application when the task is completed.
Brian S Wilson, 05.04.2014, 03:17
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