GTX200 Series Updates

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GTX200 Series Updates
 
A fair number of enthusiast's have been waiting for news of Nvidia's 55nm GT206 release.  We now know that it is expected to go out sometime next month.  However, much like the 9600GT, this 55nm refresh of the GTX200 series will continue to be branded as the GTX260/280 instead of the GTX270/290 as rumors have thus far suggested.
 
We also have an update on the long expected GTX260 GX2, Nvidia's hope for dethroning the HD 4870X2 from the top graphics card spot.  This card is expected to make its appearance in January of next year.
 
It looks like Nvidia is finally making its move to claw their way back up and regain lost ground.  The question is, is this too little too late?
 
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15-11-2008, 06:51:56

Mullet
All,

I need to rip some films for streaming via a web server..... the streaming aint the problem...the video/films are!! I used a program call Handbrake to rip the content from the DVDs...

Problem is I can easily get the main section of the film off the disc but where the film features trailers which can be accessed (when playing the DVD) via a menu, I don't seem to be able to get at the VOB files for the trailer/s.

I need to get at this trailer content - any ideas??

15-11-2008, 07:11:47

mikee
dvd shrink ftw

15-11-2008, 07:31:56

WC Annihilus

15-11-2008, 10:25:58

kataras

dvd shrink ftw



I love dvd shrink so easy to use and very powerful little app ;)

15-11-2008, 10:35:40

Kempez
I use DVD decryter, works a treat

15-11-2008, 13:49:45

mrapoc
Dvd decryptor is ace

A plus dvd ripper rips and converts to what you want in one go

Or just use winavi converter to convert those dvd files to avi

orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr just use powerdvd to view the files

15-11-2008, 19:05:38

Mullet
cheers guys, used decrypter in the end :) worked a treat! :)
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