DVD Freedom
DVD Freedom
1.0

3.5

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DVD Freedom

1.0
14 January 2005

Free, simple-to-use DVD backup software.

Overview

DVD Freedom is a free, simple-to-use DVD backup software. Simply insert the DVD, press the "Start" button, and in a few hours your DVD will be backed up to your hard drive, with the same quality as the original DVD.

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Anonymous
14 January 2005

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Is it a joke...in a few hours?
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Version 1.0
Ronin-1
16 February 2009
In addition to MTR/Handbrake there is Fairmount and RipIt . You can't have too many. Best wishes to the new developers.
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Version 1.0
Jeff-H-
02 February 2008
Lame...just goes to sum chat site...
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Version 1.0
Xypher
20 December 2007
Don't suppose anyone knows where to download this from?
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
29 January 2005
I am not sure what this program can do that MacTheRipper and Handbrake cannot do. Your website doesn't even provide this application as a download or even remotely mentions it. I wouldn't recomend this program to anyone.
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Version 1.0
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Nadeemf
Nadeemf
29 August 2006
MacTheRipper is the only freeware deCSS program other than this (Handbrake is great at making avi or mp4's but doesn't extract the whole disk). The MacTheRipper has been on-the-run in the past after persecution, and it felt like we had all our VIDEO_TS extractor eggs in one basket, so I welcome this newcomer and will be trying it out.
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Version 1.0
Nadeemf
Nadeemf
16 September 2006
oops, sorry I thought I come across this as a recent release in macupdate. Shame that MU doesn't flag apps that have gone awol in some way (on the listing view or at least on the main page)
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
24 January 2005
a few hours..? DVDBackup can do a DVD in about 45minutes.
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Version 1.0
Ktheman
19 January 2005
Hey! Ktheman here of OpenDoor Software - I'll be taking over the development of DVD Freedom... Send feature requests and suggestions to me by email! Thanks!
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Version 1.0
Crematedfish
18 January 2005
Dear users, This is out first piece of software that we released, and appologize if it may be slow. The DVD copier that I used in the past, Handbrake, took almost all night to copy 1 DVD. In making this program, we thought that a few hours was quick. To make our next version better, what would be an ideal speed? Also, what other features should it include, that others do not have? Thank you for your replies, Vito LaVilla OpenDoor Software
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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
Anonymous
07 February 2005
Crack open the DVD Backup programs and see what optimizing mesures they used
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
12 March 2005
An ideal speed for DVD Freedom 1.0 would be the fastest speed possible.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
Anonymous
14 June 2005
an ideal speed would be about 40 min on a 2.0 GHz G5......
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
15 January 2005
i gave it about 5 hours to do a 6.5GB DVD (on a G4/533) and it only managed to do about 440kb of "work". With no indicator or progress or help or read me files, i didn't know what was going on!! I'll have anoher look at the next version.
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Version 1.0
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Crematedfish
Crematedfish
16 January 2005
Silver: That is odd, in about 30 minutes it had done about 100 MB. I understand that it may be slow, but this only the first version. The next version will be faster, with more options. Please note: Speed also depends on your computer speed
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
15 January 2005
Just use Mac The Ripper. 10 times better and faster!
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
14 January 2005
a tip to speed dvd backup up: use sudo renice -20 [pid of dvd freedom] in terminal
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Version 1.0
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3.5

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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