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CRACK FairUse Wizard 2.9 Full Editionl !NEW!


CRACK FairUse Wizard 2.9 Full Editionl !NEW!

How to Convert a DVD Movie to AVI with FairUse Wizard 2.9 Full Editionl

If you want to backup your DVD movie collection to AVI files, you can use FairUse Wizard 2.9 Full Editionl, a software that uses the DivX, Xvid, or h.264 codec to convert DVD to AVI. In this article, we will show you how to use FairUse Wizard 2.9 Full Editionl to rip a DVD movie directly to AVI.

Step 1: Download and Install FairUse Wizard 2.9 Full Editionl

You can download FairUse Wizard 2.9 Full Editionl from its official website. The software comes in both a free version and a commercial version. The free version can create files up to 700MB while the commercial version can output a 1400MB file. This will allow you to backup your movies to CD, or even multiple movies on a single DVD.

Once you download the software, install it on your computer by following the instructions on the screen. After the installation is complete, open FairUse Wizard by going to Start > All Programs > FairUse Wizard 2 > FairUse Wizard 2.

Step 2: Create a New Project and Configure the Options

When you open FairUse Wizard, you will see the new project screen. Select "Create a new project" and type a project name into the text box. This will be used as the file output name. For example, if you type "Simpsons Movie", you will get an output file of "Simpsons Movie.avi". Next, browse for a destination folder for the output file and temp files. Note that you will need a minimum of 6 GB of free disk space for the conversion process.

Next, click on the Options button at the bottom. Under Preferences, choose your preferred video codec and file output size. XviD and x264 are installed by default. If you prefer to use DivX, you will have to install it separately. Also note the "Two pass" option. Checking the "Two pass" box will encode your video twice for higher quality, but will take more time. Un-checking the box will speed up the conversion process.

Under Audio track, note that English subtitles are enabled by default, so to remove the subtitles, you will need to change the dropdown list so it shows only a dash (-). You can also select "Use TV Mode" if your primary playback will be on a 4:3 TV screen.

Click "Next" when you are done with the options.

Step 3: Choose Full Auto Mode or Manual Mode

Next, you will need to determine whether or not you can use "Full Auto Mode" to convert the movie. The difference is that "Full Auto Mode" will automatically perform a few steps that you will otherwise have to do manually.

If you choose the "Full Auto Mode" option, FairUse Wizard will look for the video on the DVD with the longest duration and assume it is the chain that it should convert to AVI. This works well for most movies, but not for DVDs that have multiple versions of the movie such as director's cuts and extra footage.

If you choose the "Manual Mode" option, you will have to select the chain manually by previewing each video on the DVD and choosing the one that corresponds to the movie you want to convert. You will also have to set the cropping parameters manually by adjusting the sliders until you see only black bars around the video.

Choose either mode according to your preference and click "Next".

Step 4: Start Encoding

The final step is to start encoding your DVD movie to AVI. Click on "Start encoding" and wait for FairUse Wizard to do its magic. Depending on your computer speed and settings, this may take from a few minutes to several hours.

When the encoding is finished, you will see a message saying "Encoding completed successfully". You can now find your AVI file in the destination folder that you specified earlier.


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