DVDFab Remote

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About this app

DVDFab Remote is a handy mobile app designed for DVDFab users to monitor on their smart phone screens what is happening in DVDFab client, when they are not sitting in front of their computer screens while DVDFab is doing its own jobs, no matter in what modules, Copy, Ripper, Converter or Creator.

Users can check real-time task progress on their smart phone screens, like which task has completed successfully, which has failed, which is still waiting in the task queue, along with other detailed information like complete percentage, and estimated time remaining etc.

When there is a popup dialog appearing in DVDFab client and certain actions are required, DVDFab Remote will immediately receive a push notification telling users what is happening. At this point, users will have to go to their computers to perform certain actions accordingly. In addition, the notifications may also include DVDFab 10 update and promotion information.
Updated on
Jan 7, 2019

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97 reviews
Kat Klaws
September 8, 2022
What's the point in using the software DVDFab that doesn't remove Cinavia. It's just another converter DVD Tool that cost $20 a month? The remote tool doesn't tell you if Cinavia was removed nor does the Software. This is another program stealing people's money and yes I made sure the option Remove Cinavia option was checked. There is no software or anything to remove Cinavia. They were cool to give me a free trial, but I got a better way I do my videos. 2 Stars for letting us try it out first.
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Rhonda Dudley
January 24, 2024
It's not a good app. I tried to connect the app on my android phone with no avail. I even tried it on different phones and computers with the same result. I tried scanning and putting the info in myself. Please fix this.
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A Google user
January 10, 2019
The idea is nice. But as you can't save the IP and it don't support URL it makes the app a huge fail. As it relies on the scan feature to heavily, which don't work for me for some reason, and don't save the entered IP, I need to enter the IP each time I wanna use the app. Next problem is that it doesn't support URLs. This means I can't use it outside my home network with dynamic DNS.
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Fix: Some minor fixes and improvements.