Free software: MacX DVD Ripper Pro

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MacX DVD Ripper ProWe’re still two weeks away from Black Friday, but some developers are apparently getting a little antsy with their specials. Such is the case with MacXDVD Software. In cooperation with, they’re offering a fully licensed download of MacX DVD Ripper Pro for free. This is normally a $49.95 value, and the free offers is available only on November 13th.

This is not a trial or a limited version; it’s the registered and legal version of the software. There are, however, a few limitations to consider:

  1. No free technical support
  2. No free upgrades to future versions
  3. Strictly personal usage

Giveaway of the Day has this to say about MacX DVD Ripper Pro:

MacX DVD Ripper Pro is designed for Mac users to rip both homemade and protected DVDs and convert to MP4, H.264, MOV, FLV, MPEG, AVI, QT, etc that work on Mac computer, iPhone (iPhone 4,iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G), iPad, iPod (iPod touch 4, iPod classic, iPod nano), Apple TV, PSP, as well as most popular applications, like QuickTime, iMovie, iTunes, etc. The New-DVD-Backup feature let you copy DVD to USB or hard drive with original video and audio quality. Thus you could make a perfect backup of your DVD and keep your DVD disc safe from scratch or damages.

Thanks to the user-friendly interface, multi-core CPU utility and High Quality Engine. It allows users of all levels of experience to rip DVD movies to any video or audio format in a few clicks with high output quality, up to 8x real time converting speed. Advanced functions and flexible parameter settings will also smooth the ripping process and let you make stylish videos according to your needs.

MacXDVD Software would like to add that, “MacX DVD Ripper Pro converts latest copy protected DVD movies to MP4, MOV, AVI, FLV, MPEG, H.264, MPEG-4, etc that playback on iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV, PSP with uncomparable fast speed and amazing output quality.”

So, free is a pretty good way to check this out, right? Check it out at

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