Daniel Storch
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Danmarc commented on 19 Jun 2013
Can not write a review and it is dangerous to write "never", but I am stopping upgrading now i.e. I will not buy this "solution". Have used PS long time but this renting of software (specially this kind of software) is ridiculous. At least there should be an alternative to this madness but good luck with your "customer support friendly solution". This might actually benefit their competitors, and I might now go the Lightroom way, not optimal but cheaper.
[Version 14.0]


Danmarc reviewed on 16 Jan 2011
Have used this for ages and they have kept updating this software ever since. Can not remember when I last paid for an upgrade ( I suppose 3.0 might change this ; ) ). Easy to use and quick. Use it for DVD´s, streaming (recording streams via browser) - so far if there is a program that emits sound it will record it. Easy to get to grips with and lot of settings that makes it a joy to use.
Have recorded music from music videos etc.
[Version 2.9.9]


Danmarc reviewed on 07 Jan 2011
Works for me- I can purchase software on the fly it is easy to use, you have backup function ... what is it NOT to like. Do not like it ? Do not use it. Steam and others function in this way and personally I appreciate it
[Version 1.0]

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Danmarc replied on 07 Jan 2011
"Great idea, but unfortunately that may not be an option in the future if I want to try out a program first and it's only offered on AAS."
? Not sure I understand you mean that with the Apple store existing you can not try out the program ? Something you can do now ? Like a demo from the vendor ? There is a link to developer from store...

Danmarc reviewed on 17 Dec 2010
This review just in balance of the confusing comments sofar: personally there was NO problems with upgrade (as always) and no lost information etc. I have about 26.000 items big library and speed is no problem. Not sure what issues others have but it is NOT standard for this upgrade
[Version 10.1.1]


Danmarc reviewed on 02 Sep 2010
One of those Shareware programs that I love: good price, lots of features (enough for me at least ; ), good value for money (=lot of "free" updates) and essentially what a good Mac program is all about = easy to use.
I use this for all kind of small and quick music edits, everything from recording splits to batch conversions.
Any wishes ? Well I think Apple should implement it to iTunes as a feature ; )
[Version 1.5.2]

Danmarc commented on 19 Dec 2009
Have to agree with many others here, the too constant (paid) upgrade got to me too and I gave up.
Nice but not that nice...
[Version 3.9.4]

Danmarc commented on 15 Dec 2009
Had the pre 3.0 version loved it and when it stopped working thought I upgrade but no ...my bought license did not work for an upgrade on their website. So a mail to creators got me an answer "I had to upgrade through whoever you bought it from". Now correct me if I am wrong but you would think a software license is a software license but in this case no. Although a lovely screensaver I have gone of this way of handling customers. Just using a simple free one now (red pill - Matrix influenced. Shame though
[Version 3.0.1]

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Danmarc replied on 15 Dec 2009
good idea ! (regarding subscribing to promo offer on this one) done that now

Danmarc reviewed on 04 Jun 2009
well it´s simplistic I know but it can handle quite a few DVD´s I have thrown at it ...so full respect . Have used Handbrake and MTR (ahh my classic ; ) ) but they have their own quirky behavior and lets face it Ripit is basic indeed but that is in my opinion not bad thing.
Only odd behavior would be the "complete" package file it creates...but in the those instances I need to split those files I use Handbrake.

MTR hasn´t (officially) bee upgraded for a long time so right here right now I really enjoy the simplicity of Ripit (AND the constant updates19
[Version 1.2.10]

Danmarc commented on 07 Apr 2009
8.1.1 (for those that would like to know what the upgrade contains)
In addition, iTunes 8.1 provides many other improvements and bug fixes, including:

• Supports syncing with iPod shuffle (3rd generation).
• Allows friends to request songs for iTunes DJ.
• Adds Genius sidebar for your Movies and TV Shows.
• Improves performance when downloading iTunes Plus songs.
• Provides AutoFill for manually managed iPods.
• Allows CDs to be imported at the same sound quality as iTunes Plus.
• Includes many accessibility improvements.
• Allows iTunes U and the iTunes Store to be disabled separately using Parental Controls.

iTunes 8.1.1 adds support for renting HD movies and provides a number of bug fixes, including addressing issues with VoiceOver and syncing with iPhone or iPod touch.
[Version 8.1.1]

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Danmarc replied on 07 Apr 2009
Robotank , know what you mean ; )

Danmarc reviewed on 25 Feb 2009
Having installed the latest Safari 4 beta (very nice and am so far very impressed by the speed increase) I also updated to the latest Flash - and yes - it works very well (as it has always done for me in the past) and so far it also seems to increase the "overall snappiness" of Safari 4.
Have to agree with previous review - please make a relevant comment/review instead of just posting negative "company" related biases. Thank you

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