Free Any DVD Ripper

Free Any DVD Ripper 3.8

It helps you rip and convert home-made DVDs into most common video formats.
3.8.25 (See all)

Free Any DVD Ripper is designed to help you rip and convert home-made DVDs into most common video formats. The tool also supports other standard video formats like source files, which you can easily optimize for playback on computers and portable devices.

With this application, you have the ability to process either separate files or multiple files at once. You can load DVD folders and ISO files, as well as standard video formats and entire folders of most common media files. The conversion is simple and intuitive, mainly since you are provided with output profiles conveniently organized by formats and device names. For better video and audio customization, you can enter the advanced settings that allow you to tweak sensitive parameters, like the video resolution, the aspect ratio, the bit and frame rates, the encoders, and other particular video and audio details.

You will appreciate the program's ability to apply some edits on your videos before enabling the conversion. Therefore, you can merge multiple files into a single longer video, crop the image to the desired sizes, and trim video scenes. In addition, you can adjust the displayed image by tailoring luminosity issues and applying 3D effects. The audio supports customization, in the sense that you may increase or decrease the volume level, but you can't replace it with a different track. Text and picture watermarks can be added, so that you can protect your projects against unauthorized use.

In short, this application is a standard ripper and converter that works both with DVDs and common video files. The fact that it includes basic editing features adds a plus to the program.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary


  • Supports drag-and-drop
  • Supports common editing features
  • Can increase and decrease the volume level
  • Output formats organized in profiles
  • Can add watermarks


  • Doesn't support subtitles
  • Can't replace the audio stream
  • Can't load files directly from DVD disc
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