DVDxDV
DVDxDV
3.8.2

3.9

DVDxDV free download for Mac

DVDxDV

3.8.2
27 March 2019

Convert DVDs to QuickTime movies for editing.

Overview

DVDxDV is a DVD ripping and convertor program that creates videos that are compatible with a range of devices. Choose to maintain maximum DVD quality, export to mobile devices, or even upload directly to YouTube.

What's new in DVDxDV

Version 3.8.2:
  • Rip a DVD directly to an iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch
  • Transfers a DVD to an iOS device via Pic Share It
  • Speed improvements

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49 DVDxDV Reviews

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Barnyb
08 December 2010

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26cab40 you must be another troll. How you can even compare DVDxDV to handbrake? DVDxDV has helped me recover hundreds of videos from damaged DVDs and handbrake has done nothing but choked on them. This tool works as advertised. Ignore the mental midgets trolling in this tools reviews. They must be shills working for the Asian backed spamming video conversion companies like Aimersoft, iSkysoft, Any-Video-Converter, Wondershare, Xillisoft and hundreds of other names!
Like (5)
Version 2.00
Mothyinuk
29 August 2013
Found the app very good and would recommend and have found the developer responsive and the permanent license key arrangement very fair.
Like (1)
Version 2.6.2
Davidfreels
29 August 2013
I bought DVDxDV when it was first released with a "permanent license key." The "permanent license key" no longer works, and the developer insists I pay another license fee even though I've already bought a permanent key. Prospective buyers should be aware of the developer's dishonesty.
Like (1)
Version 2.6.2
1 answer(s)
Dvdxdv-Support
Dvdxdv-Support
29 August 2013
We only charge $10 for the upgrade for people that bought the program before 2008. That's about 5 years without charging any upgrade fees. You are certainly welcome to continue using the original version you purchased, as the license key for that version doesn't expire.
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Fishboy
29 November 2012
seems to be a lot of obvious fake reviews for this product
Like (4)
Version 2.4.6
1 answer(s)
Dvdxdv-Support
Dvdxdv-Support
19 September 2013
Please let us know which reviews are fake, so we can alert MacUpdate. We would like to remove any reviews that are from people that haven't used the product.
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TriciaL
12 May 2012
I was so happy to find DVDxDV. I had used a Sony product to burn my 8mm home videos to DVD with the intention of using some of the movies on my computer. However, my own videos were 'locked' and I could not access them. DVDxDV allowed me to easily grab portions of my video for use in my computer projects. This was invaluable because the other option would have been to rip the entire DVD to my computer. I did not want that. I wanted to pick and choose what I transferred to my computer. Excellent product and easy to use. I just opened it and got working.
Like (2)
Version 2.2.9
JProsper
02 November 2011
I read a good article on the LAFCPUG site about DVDxDV and I decided to give it a try. The converted file works perfectly in my FCP 7 timeline. It's Exactly what I needed. Whatever it lacks in look and design, it makes up for with excellent customer service. I had several questions that I emailed and they got back to me immediately. They asked me to give them a review on this site and I became a member just so I could do that. Keep up the great work.
Like (1)
Version 2.2
deenan
10 October 2011
I contacted their support team at dvdxdv@support.com. I got a reply within seconds of sending the email. Amazing! Very good product by the way.
Like (3)
Version 2.1.4
1 answer(s)
deenan
deenan
10 October 2011
That should have been support@dvdxdv.com not dvdxdv@support.com!
Like (2)
jhoover
09 October 2011
Nothing compares to the quality and ease of use. I couldn't stand those spamware Chinese DVD programs that don't work and make your video look terrible, such as, Wondershare, Leawoo, iSkySoft, etc. This is the only program that I use.
Like (2)
Version 2.1.4
Echorob
22 February 2011
There are better free tools out there. This is a rather poor app.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.2
1 answer(s)
piquadratpi2
piquadratpi2
08 June 2011
Please give us some examples...
Like (4)
Barnyb
08 December 2010
26cab40 you must be another troll. How you can even compare DVDxDV to handbrake? DVDxDV has helped me recover hundreds of videos from damaged DVDs and handbrake has done nothing but choked on them. This tool works as advertised. Ignore the mental midgets trolling in this tools reviews. They must be shills working for the Asian backed spamming video conversion companies like Aimersoft, iSkysoft, Any-Video-Converter, Wondershare, Xillisoft and hundreds of other names!
Like (5)
Version 2.00
26cab40
12 May 2010
Poor Compared to Handbrake, this is badly written garbage. Now with added shill reviews.
Like (3)
Version 1.40