Free DVD-to-MP4 converter

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    Haffa001

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    hey everyone.

    this is my my first posting, and i was wondering if there is a free DVD-to-MP4 convertor cos i'm getting a iPod Classic for xmas.

    thanks guys.

    alex :D
     
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    Haffa001

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    Thanks, but...

    is there a way to make it 320x240 or whatever the iPod classic thing is?
     
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    It has an iPod setting.
     
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    yeah... it will give you a preset for it.
     
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    I love Handbrake.
     
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    MP4 to DVD

    Is there any way to do the opposite? Is there free software to convert my mp4 files to DVD viewable and then burn them onto DVD-RW?
     
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    not free, but you could try out VisualHub.
     
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    When using Handbrake, does it rip all the content off of the DVD, or just make a copy so you can still use the DVD?
     
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    "Ripping" a DVD or CD does not erase data from the disc. Instead, it reads the disc and creates a copy. You'll still be able to use the DVD in a standard player.

    EDIT: More precisely, Handbrake reads the disc data and creates a single movie file, stripped of all the navigation menus. This file can then be loaded onto iPods, iPhones and other devices for playback.
     
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