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    Wink DVD Ripper or Converter
    Hello,im a new member of this forum and please welcome me! what is the best DVD ripper or converter for iMac?because i want my dvd's to upload on youtube please help.

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    What kind of DVDs do you intend to upload to YouTube? Also, have you read our Sticky Announcement at the top of this forum about ripping DVDs and Blue Ray disks?

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    dvd ripper or converter
    dvd videos live concert and no sir never read that yet sorry

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    What he was asking is are they commercial DVD?

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    dvd ripper or converter
    commercial DVDs sir.

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    Are you the copyright holder of those commercial DVDs, or did you just buy them? If the former, then you can upload them to YouTube, otherwise you don't have permission and what you are attempting is against copyright law..
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    Even if you somehow uploaded commercial content to YouTube, it would be quickly yanked and you could lose your account pretty quickly, so my suggestion would be that if your DVDs fall into that category, abandon that plan.

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    ok thank you all of you sir!

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    If they're commercial DVDs that you have the rights to, you should be able to get the content in a more suitable format. Otherwise, we have to assume that you don't have rights to the content. As such, I'm close this thread.
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