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I want to have a try of this software DVD to iPod Converter for Mac at this website http://www.mp4converter.net/dvd-to-i...erter-mac.html. When I downloaded the software, I was confused. The download says to choose an Intel or a Power PC download. I have a MacBook Pro. Which one of these should I download in order to rip my DVDs? i really need quick response. please help.
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Your MacBook Pro is an Intel Mac so grab the Intel version. I am suprised they do not have a Universal version that runs on both the Intel and PPC Macs.

Get the Intel version and you will be fine.

If you want software for Free that will rip the DVD to AVI or MP4, try Handbrake.
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Hi. Thank you for your response. yes. it is a good idea to develope a Univeral version, so at least i won't be confused. Maybe you can give this suggestion to the developer. All in all thank you. And i will try the one you mentioned.
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