1. xalexakaspyderx's Avatar
    does anyone know how to rip dvds to a computer then convert them to a file where the torch can play them???

    ive seen movies on my 9700 before and they looked great, clear and quality

    anyone know how to do that?

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    thx guys
    10-29-10 03:36 PM
  2. mathprof08's Avatar
    Try DVDFab. Nice, easy-to-use program with free lifetime updates.
    10-29-10 03:44 PM
  3. jcp007's Avatar
    Handbrake is a free one that has had good reviews. I used Mobiola Visual Studio because it can customized by device maker and model. For the Torch, you can use the Storm2 setting and set the quality to high and get great movies.
    10-29-10 05:35 PM
  4. xalexakaspyderx's Avatar
    well i gotta learn how to do that stuff / use them first lol .. i wanna get some of my older classic movies like major league 1 2 and 3 hot shots and well you get the picture lol

    any links i can download to my laptop so i cna rip them then convert to my torch ??

    what type of files do they have to be so the torch can play them
    10-31-10 10:43 PM
  5. ev44's Avatar
    I use SUPER. Easy to use, and fast encoding!

    SUPER &copy
    10-31-10 11:38 PM
  6. mataleao's Avatar
    Convert them to MP4's, that way the'll play on any device.

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    11-01-10 01:55 AM
  7. BB_Addict_09's Avatar
    Like others have said: DVDFab and/or Handbrake are some of the best applications available IMO.
    11-01-10 09:16 AM