Altdo DVD to PSP Ripper 1.0 - User Guide and FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions - Altdo DVD to PSP Ripper
- If I purchase your software, can I upgrade it for free in the future?
Yes, we provide free upgrade. Please keep you eyes on our site to get upgrade
info. Please download the update version by yourself, and you can register it
using the same license code.
- I lost my license code, can you send again?
Sure. But you'd better provide your Order ID or some info in your order(such as
the Email you used to order) so that we can find your info in our database.
- How long will it take to get your supporting response?
We promise to answer you within 2 days(not business day). But in most cases you'll
get our response in a few hours or immediately.
- What is DIVX?
DivX is the name of a popular new video compression technology developed by DivX, Inc. The format was developed to enable users to play and create high-quality
videos in a fast and convenient way, while still maintaining the best quality
possible. The DivX codec is currently the most popular MPEG-4 based codec because of its quality, speed and efficiency as well as the wide range of DVD players that support DivX. If you compare DivX movies to DVDs they're able to offer the same image quality at one-tenth (1/10) the size, which makes them perfectly suited for movie downloads where the bandwidth available usually is limited. This means that you can easily fit a full movie on a single CD, while still maintaining the original image quality of the DVD. The video is usually combined with AC3 or MP3 audio to provide both high quality audio and video. All of these things have contributed to the popularity of the format among those that download movies and videos online.When you install the DivX codec it essentially works as an add-on to your system, which enables you to compress and decompress video in the DivX format. Once you've installed the DivX codec on your system you will be able to watch DivX videos using Windows Media Player or any other player that supports DivX.
- What is XVID?
Video formats supported by Apple TV:
XviD is the name of a popular new video codec being developed as an open source project by volunteer programmers from all over the world. The format was created to offer a free alternative to other commercial video codecs, and despite being open source its quality and efficiency has made it one of the most popular video codecs online. While XviD still isn't as widely used as DivX, playback of XviD movies is usually supported in new DVD players nowadays. The XviD codec makes it possible to compress a full-length DVD-quality movie enough to fit on a single CD (might require 2 CDs depending on the length of the movie), while still maintaining the original image quality. Despite the fact that XviD movies offer higher quality video at smaller file sizes they take less time to encode than MPEG-2 due to the incredible compression technology. The video is usually combined with MP3 or AC3 audio to enable both high quality video and audio. These factors and the fact that the codec is distributed for free has contributed to the success of the format. When you install the XviD codec it basically provides your system with specific instructions how to compress and decompress video in the XviD format. Once you've installed the XviD codec on your system you will be able to play XviD videos using Windows Media Player or any other XviD-enabled player.
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