Blu Ray / DVD Ripper to EVO 4G

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  1. What is the catch? There is always a string attached.
     
  2. TREV21

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    Generally no support given with software. I have several of these installed on my PCB and they work great.
     
  3. J03

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    if you read the thread in slick deals it sounds like the software they use is open source and free with an added gui. Also sounds like they spam the site with positive thumbs up. Hey might be worth it though, who knows.

    AiseeSoft BluRay Ripper - SlickDeals.net Forums
     
  4. Vincent Law

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    Not to mention it's illegal in the USA, and thus probably shouldn't be on these forums.
     
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    it's illegal to put my purchcased media on my purchased media playing devices for my use....

    i think not
     
  6. edlex

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    It's not illegal to back up a legally purchased Blu Ray/DVD.
     
  7. Vincent Law

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    It's illegal to crack the copyright protection to do so. First time you've heard of the DMCA, perhaps?

    There's a reason every USA-based DVD/Blu-ray ripping software gets pulled off the shelves. See also: RealDVD as a standout example.
     
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    the U.S. District Court Judge Marilyn Hall Patel acknowledged that consumers have the right to make backup copies of DVDs for their own personal use.
     
  9. OrderFromChaos

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    Correct.

    In her ruling, Judge Marilyn Hall Patel said that the complex meant that it was not illegal for consumers to copy their own DVDs
     
  10. Vincent Law

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    And how is that not a problem for this thread, which talks about obtaining such software?

    If you have backed up commercial DVDs, you've purchased illegal software. You can play semantics all you want, that doesn't change anything.
     
  11. OrderFromChaos

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    The software is free.

    I thought semantics was everything for law. :D
     
  12. ionekoa

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  13. Slug

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    Android Forums couldn't care less about what its members do personally, but if it could adversely affect the site then it becomes our concern. Popular web forums are a much more attractive target than mere end-users. So please, don't post anything here that some over-paid and under-worked lawyer might construe as encouraging copyright theft.
     

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