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DVD movies on lifedrive

As soon as I got the device I was eager to copy DVD's onto it, and very quickly bought a 1gb SD card, MMPlayer and Pocket DVD Studio. So far I have had little success with moving a complete movie onto the device. (Of course, this could well be because of my settings). Does anyone have any experience with this software? Any other pointers as to how to copy a complete movie from DVD to the device?

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I am a hardcore video watcher (that does not sound right -- I watch video's everyday -- get your mind out of the gutter). Personally I prefer TCMP player over MM player. I do not use PocketDivx as I usually watch programs capture from a TV card or “obtained” over the internet. I do reformat with Virtualdub.

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