Are there any programs out there, that allow you to rip DVD concerts on to your hard drive?
Is it legal to do that?
Ultimately, I wanted to be able to create a concert playlist by choosing a song or two from each DVD on the hard drive. And then playing the playlist with one-click of the mouse.
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DVD Decrypter still works well, although some newer stuff might need something like DVD Fab or HD Decrypter. Never bothered to put it in some kind of playlist, I just use my DVD player with wireless internet to select a movie from a networked hard drive and watch it on TV.
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