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Like the 1Click solution, this won’t work for everyone. It’s designed specifically for Mac users, promising speed and ease of use. Choose between putting that movie in full glory on a Mac, or compress it for use on iOS portables or the Apple TV. Parent company The Little App Factory provides excellent odds, saying that it works 99.9999 percent of the time, which includes the latest DVD releases.
The Buzz: “You won’t be sorry you bought this. Unless, of course, you are a Windows devotee, in which case you should be used to disappointments.” — User Old Phart, CNET
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