Ripping DVD on iPad 2

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    How to do it?I
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    Welcome & have you used the 'search option' - yet? :(

    There are plenty of threads that already address this issue - report back if your searching attempts to not satisfy - :)
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    Try Handbrake; it's a free program that most Members use.

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    Dear Tim Spracklen, Thanks for your tip. However I have now used "Nero" to recode the video files so that I can now view them on my iPad 2. That was my reason for my query. Nero had been installed on my PC last year but I had never used or understood it or at least some of it until now.
    Sorry to be so inexpert in using this excellent forum-old age takes its toll.
    Ewen
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    Nero is rubbish; I think you're much better off downloading Handbrake to try it; it's easy to use!

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