DVD onto iPad.

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  1. TEROKNOR

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    Hey all!!!!
    I have an iPad 2 and I was wondering if there is a easy way to get some of my regular DVD's onto it so I can watch them?
    I know there is iTunes but I don't really want to have to pay for what I already have.

    Thanks.
     
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    Try using IVI Pro.
     
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    Handbrake - but you need to have something to remove the copy protection. Easy enough to do but not for discussion here.

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    Nigel
     
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    IVI Pro will allow you to take a DVD and convert to iTunes compatible, add metadata and drop into iTunes for you after moving to a specified folder amongst many other things.
     
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    Thats Mac only isnt it?
     
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    Yes, but didn't know your platform at that point sorry.
     
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    Try MacX DVD ripper pro for mac or windows. Not free but so easy to use and has settings pre stored for average/good/excellent/hd quality depending on what device you want to transfer it to and how much storage space you want to use. Great investment for getting all your dvds ready for iPad...
     
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    Forgive me if I am wrong but that also sounds like a Mac only App?
     
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    Clue is in my post :smashin:
     
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    Did say forgive me. ;-)

    I did a Google of it and only showed up for Mac.
     

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