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DVDFab Platinum v3.1.5.0 Cracked-F4CG

Yeah, a new app folks. This time it’s a new version of DVDFab Platinum released by F4CG.

DVDFab Platinum is all-in-one DVD copying/converting/burning software. In just one or two steps, you can copy any DVD to DVDR/PSP/iPod/etc. DVDFab Platinum 3 is brand new, is completely rewritten, is based on more than 6 years of DVD copy software development. This program could come in handy because I’m sure a lot of you own a handheld like this (PSP/iPod etc.) and you guys get your movies from the scene. Try it, I’m using it myself too.

Feature Highlights:

  • 6 DVD to DVD copy modes available: Full Disc, Main Movie, Split, Customize, Clone and Merge
  • Clone: Make perfect 1:1 bit-to-bit copy of DVDs
  • Write Data: Burn existing DVD folder or ISO image file to DVD writer, or convert DVD folder to ISO image file
  • Burn to any blank DVD Disc (DVD+R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL)
  • 6 DVD to Mobile copy modes available: Generic, iPod, PSP, Cell Phone, PVP and PDA. More devices support can be added manually.
  • iPod: Convert DVD title to Apple iPod MPEG-4/H.264 MP4 file.
  • PSP: Convert DVD title to Sony PSP MPEG-4/H.264 MP4 file.
  • Convert DVD title to specific format which is supported by cell phone, PVP (Portable Video Player) and PDA (Personal Digital Assistant).
  • Remove all DVD copy protections, like CSS, CPPM, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs, ARccOS, RipGuard, FluxDVD, CORE X2, etc.
  • Backup scratched/dirty discs

Release name: DVDFab Platinum v3 1 5 0 Cracked-F4CG
Size: 5.92MB, f4m0759
Links: Homepage, NFO, Torrent

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  1. PROSPERO
    July 21st, 2007 | 12:33

    First Thanks guys over all I am most pleased with this page, well ofcourse there has been a few exceptions of superb quality of your movies… (the other night i was watching 1408 at 3am and got a shit-fit when the second CD came on with the sound out of synch…bye a mile…=)

    Got a question about this last software release DVDfab (sorry for asking a noob ass question my family is most ashamed of me)
    ok clearly it rips dvds to choosen format as psp and other nice trinkets that has its place in my backpack but how is it on converting xvids and avis to DVD…
    Or perhapps you can recomend a software that works and were you can lower quality to fit more on your DVD.. and that most importantly does not intrefeare and mess upp my existing codecs… used the nero ultimate reencoder before and it was quite nice with the exception of messing up my codecs..

  2. madstan
    July 21st, 2007 | 12:43

    PROSPERO

    try convertxtodvd uses it’s own codecs
    very simple and reliable

    VSO Software ConvertXtoDVD v2.2.3.258-TE

  3. SoniKalien
    July 21st, 2007 | 12:50

    @ Prospero

    DVDShrink if you wanna keep it DVD format, else use autoGK (Gordian Knot) to encode ripped mpgs to avi etc.

  4. devious
    July 21st, 2007 | 12:50

    Prospero… why bother burning to DVD. You can get an mpeg4 (i.e. DivX/Xvid) compatible DVD player for $30 these days. Spend more if you want to. So then just burn your AVI’s to CD. Burning to DVD won’t give you a real DVD quality output, so a fancy player won’t make any difference.
    If you want to recompress AVI’s, get Avidemux. It’s free and works brilliantly. Steep learning curve though… you really need to know what you’re doing ;-)

  5. madstan
    July 21st, 2007 | 12:58

    Prospero
    but how is it on converting xvids and avis to DVD…

    http://www.newtorrents.info/down.php?id=21839

    what the other people say equally valid

  6. PROSPERO
    July 21st, 2007 | 14:07

    *Devious well first of its nice to have a full series of anime on just one DVD instead of 5 CDs, and i do have a xvid dvd player which can play xvids from a DVD source,
    not to mention all smut that currently occupy a vast majority my 1.5 TB of hard drive space… so ill weed out some and burn some so i can enjoyit in my car…(traffic hazard)…or not…

    *Soni it was a question about converting from AVI to dvd not ripping DVDs

    *Mad stan ok its own codecs but will those not then conflict with the other codecs i have isntalled thats what happened with my last NERO adventure?

  7. exclusive
    July 21st, 2007 | 14:23

    i downloaded this and wut do i extract where do i move the files? thanks!

  8. Alex
    July 21st, 2007 | 14:26

    i have no idea what to do what do i extract or move the files?? thanks!

  9. fungus
    July 21st, 2007 | 14:45

    I think you need to be a bit clearer on whether you are looking to put a collection of avi files onto a DVDR or whether you are actually trying to decompress an avi to dvd format…

    I noticed in the description it doesn’t say anywhere about converting avi to psp…just dvd to psp. Is this possible?

  10. WillyWanka
    July 21st, 2007 | 14:48

    @PROSPERO

    ConvertXtoDVD is an all in one package that will NOT interfere with any of your other codecs or applications. The app is extremely simple to use yet gives excellent results, whether is one avi or a bunch of smaller avi’s you want to pack on one DVD. It also can burn the data onto the disk. I can convert a movie in about one hour on my AMD X2 4800 with one GB RAM. Burning takes as long as whatever speed your disk can be burned (as per usual, no matter what burning app you use). It is a bit wimpy on the authoring side – menus and such – but it’s adequate for my needs, and it handles subtitles (of the proper format)perfectly. The big thing is quality results with no hassles.

  11. madstan
    July 21st, 2007 | 15:30

    fungus

    I noticed in the description it doesn’t say anywhere about converting avi to psp…just dvd to psp. Is this possible?

    not with this program. dvd to psp only

    avi to psp
    plenty of other programs

    got the grandchildren watching transformers now on psp 2 cd rips are a pain to convert and join. sometimes quicker to convert to dvd then psp

  12. Misteritsy
    July 21st, 2007 | 16:43

    @PROSPERO I use WINAVI 6.3 version converts quickly a 700mb takes 25mins I usualy get 3 movies on one DVD on medium setting or you could get 4 on the lower setting.Go on advanced to change the setting.

  13. Keepers
    July 21st, 2007 | 18:09
  14. Blobster
    July 21st, 2007 | 22:12

    I’ve tried every dvd copying software there is….for speed and quality, this one is the best

  15. alex
    July 22nd, 2007 | 18:13

    do i have to convert my video files to dvd? beacuse it cant find my video files and most of them are in other formats can someone please help me thanks!

  16. gerrard
    July 22nd, 2007 | 21:46

    anyone got anything to say about the actual software?

    Prospero, i’m gonna ba a bit of a dick here, we were all in your shoes once. Do a bit of research and you’ll soon be ripping, burning and converting to your hearts content! Happy burning!

  17. s0t
    July 23rd, 2007 | 22:57

    People!! Just go to http://www.vcdhelp.com and look for what you want, it’s pretty simple. I learned alot from there.

  18. Nard
    July 29th, 2007 | 16:52

    Does this software let you copy protected dvd’s?

  19. tjumba
    September 3rd, 2007 | 20:28

    Have tried to find sw to copy spykids 2 with… dvdshrink, anydvd, dvddecrypt failed, and so does this one… anyone have any idea ? disc says it’s using sony arcos and css/cppm

  20. dave mcauley
    November 16th, 2007 | 18:31

    i can’t burn css protected dvd’s and i didn’t buy your product unless i could.please respond.

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