How to Decrypt DVD Movies
By decrypting a DVD movie, an individual can either make a copy of it to save on their hard drive, or they can make an additional copy onto a blank DVD. Use DVD Shrink to decrypt protected DVDs with help from a Web designer in this free video on computer help and tech support.
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Hi, I'm Noah, and I'm going to show you how to decrypt a DVD movie. By decrypting a DVD movie, you can either make a copy of it to save on your hard drive, or make an additional copy onto a new blank DVD. Luckily, there is a program that makes decrypting protected DVD's very easy. It's called DVD Shrink, and can be found at www.dvshrink.org. Now, it's a completely free program so you should never have to pay for it. If you see any website trying to sell it to you then it's most definitely a scam. To download it simply follow the Where? link on DVD Shrink's official website. Here, you'll be able to see that DVD Shrink isn't allowed to post a link for a download on their official website, but if you search for it on Google you should be able to find it quite easily. And remember, no matter what don't pay for it because it's meant to be free. Now, the great thing about this software is that it gives you lots of options for decrypting DVD's. Once it's completely decrypted by the program you can either make a backup on your computer, and you can choose to reduce the size. You can actually keep the original quality of the DVD and the original size which is often up to around six gigabytes, or you could also just make a reduced copy which fits onto much less space on your hard drive. And you can also make a copy on a blank DVD using Nero, for example. Keep in mind the DVD Shrink isn't a burning program. It's simply a decrypting program, so if you do want to make that copy on a blank DVD you will need additional software, like Nero, which allows you to actually burn DVD's.