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If, by rip, you mean transferring to computer
storage for later viewing, that's something else entirely. Ripping
generally refers to doing this, but it's unclear here.
i mean above and also it is using NVDA to do
thanks for clarifying
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Sent: Monday, March 11, 2019 10:40
Subject: Re: [nvda] o t, dvd
If, by rip, you mean copy, then I don't know of any.
Copy protections on DVDs is significantly tighter than on CDs, for
example, which have been easily duplicated for years.
If, by rip, you
mean transferring to computer storage for later viewing, that's something else
entirely. Ripping generally refers to doing this, but it's unclear
Also, even though I'm responding, I'm going to start making a
point of the fact that topics such as this one, which have nothing to do with
NVDA either directly or indirectly, should be started on the chat subgroup,
not here. As there is not, as yet, a move function I'm allowing these to
stay, for the moment, but in the coming weeks will be locking them and asking
that people initiate any topic where the answer to the question, "Is this
about using NVDA to accomplish some task or about configuring NVDA?," is,
"No," in the chat subgroup.
We have the privilege of a community
arrangement where anyone in the community can ask about anything "not NVDA" or
discuss pretty much anything in a dedicated venue where other community
members can choose to join if they wish. The main group needs to
come back to a much tighter NVDA focus, and will.
For those who have
not yet subscribed to the chat subgroup here, again, are the addresses for
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