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Beta Beat: Drive-in

Scott McNulty

Flip4Mac, the company famous for allowing QuickTime to play Windows Media files, has released a new beta unto the world: Drive-In. It is billed as a way to allow you to rip your DVD collection to your Mac's hard disk for viewing later. It will also organize said files so you can easily find your copy of Road House when you gots to have some Swayze.

You can play the images that Drive-In creates on any machine that you own, but you can't share them with others (unless, I suppose, you enter your licesne info into that copy of Drive-In, which violates the terms of use I am sure).

You must register the product before you can rip DVDs, though during the beta which expires on January 7th, 2007, the registration is free.

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