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DVD to WMV Converter! Recommendation please

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Hi friends,
I'm looking for a program to convert DVD to WMV format with fast speed and easy manner. Any recommendations?
 

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I dont like .wmv much so I use DVDFab HD Decrypter to decode and wipe CP then I use DrDivx to encode..even does sub-titles and quality is way better than .wmv
the above and belowe apps are free
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You probably don't want my opinion on what codec you should use, but for DVD backup I would reccoment encoding to x264... It's a much more efficient codec than WMV (even VC-1) and DivX/XviD.

If you don't want that opinion, then may I suggest you go here: http://forum.videohelp.com/topic319304.html , and follow the guide. :) (Use WMV9 or VC-1 - don't use WMV8 OR WMV7!).