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May 02, 2005

Review: VideoVault (eHomeUpgrade)

eHomeUpgrade has a three part review of an interesting product called VideoVault which manages collections of DVD videos on your computer. The product will store DVD data on your hard drive, keep it in a searcheable database, and then export it out back as a DVD or transcoded into another format for use on a portable device.

Sounds like a handy piece of software for videophiles.

Posted on May 02, 2005

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Didn't videovault have some legal trouble a little while ago? i.e. DMCA or not being able to get the license(s) for DVD playback or the like because the DVD consortium was cranky with what their product does... or am I confusing DVD juke box companies again?



Posted by: rampy at May 2, 2005 02:36 PM

I think you might be right, rampy. I did notice that it only supports DVDs that aren't encrypted which makes it a little less useful since that eliminates most DVDs out there except for the ones you create on your own.

Posted by: Will at May 2, 2005 05:00 PM

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