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Kyte_08 13th February 2008 07:16 AM

Need DVD copy software!
 
Hi guys,
I want to make extra copies of my wedding DVD video to share with my family and friends but I want to make them as the original one. Is there any software which copy entire DVD with the quality like the original one?
Thanks for help in advance!

planet10 13th February 2008 07:37 AM

Don't know about PCs but that capabillity is built into all Macs (assumes you have one with a DVD burner)

dave

Geek 13th February 2008 09:35 AM

There's a plethora of free tools for us Linux users.

There's got to be something out there that doesn't suck for Win32 :confused:

Good luck!

Nordic 13th February 2008 02:12 PM

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google it, use the demo

PM650 15th February 2008 05:35 AM

DVD shrink is a great, free program. As the name implies, you can shrink dvds to fit, i.e. compress or delete material. Very useful for movies.

scott wurcer 15th February 2008 09:40 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by planet10
Don't know about PCs but that capabillity is built into all Macs (assumes you have one with a DVD burner)

dave

My daughter keeps asking me how to do this, do you mean commercial DVD's? Copying a DVDR should be drag and drop on any platform.

Putting the 8 or so Gig of data in a big movie onto a 4 Gig or so DVDR losslessly would be a good trick (I know there are now dual layer DVD burners, there weren't for a long time). I honestly have never tried to copy a movie. My son made me copies of "The Prisoner" because I stupidly bought PAL versions. I ended up buying an all region player the re-compressed copies were such do-do.

planet10 16th February 2008 04:25 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by scott wurcer
My daughter keeps asking me how to do this, do you mean commercial DVD's? Copying a DVDR should be drag and drop on any platform.

Putting the 8 or so Gig of data in a big movie onto a 4 Gig or so DVDR losslessly would be a good trick (I know there are now dual layer DVD burners, there weren't for a long time). I honestly have never tried to copy a movie. My son made me copies of "The Prisoner" because I stupidly bought PAL versions. I ended up buying an all region player the re-compressed copies were such do-do.
DVD data copy is built-in. To copy movies (you should own them first! or you are violating copyright) you require a DVD ripper such as Popcorn.

dave

scott wurcer 16th February 2008 02:48 PM

As I said, " I honestly have never tried to copy a movie. " Our household is the one all the vendors dream about. One of my kids coined the term, Payforits

Thanks, I'll tell my daughter to check out Popcorn.


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