Due to recent questions regarding copying and burning DVDs and an apparent lack of basic knowledge on the subject, I've taken the liberty of creating this tutorial. Items needed: Mac with OSX and any DVD Burner (doesn't need to be a "superdrive". Any DVD burner compatible with Toast will work). DVDBackup (www.versiontracker.com). Free. DVD2oneX (www.versiontracker.com). Requires purchase of serial number to work with movies longer than 30 minutes. Toast 6 or higher. Purchase. Single layer DVD+R or DVD-R discs (without getting into technical details, DVD-R discs are better because a larger number of DVD players [~95%] can play DVD-R vs. DVD+R [~85%]). Either will work the same for burning. Approximately 25 gigs of free hard drive space. Step 1: Insert the DVD you want to copy into the DVD drive on your Mac. Allow the disc to mount. Open the DVD player app and allow the DVD to play for a few seconds. This is important as it increases the chances of the disc being decrypted. After a few seconds, quit the DVD player. Step 2: Open DVDBackup. For the video source, select the "VIDEO_TS" folder on the DVD disc. It is not necessary or possible to select other folders. Make sure the two boxes regarding decruption and protection removal are checked. Uncheck the region removal box unless having region-free copies really means something to you. Having the box checked decreases the odds that a working copy will be made. Allow DVDBackup to process the files (about 10 minutes on my dual 1.8 G5). DVDBackup will copy the contents of the DVD onto the hard drive at the location you specify. Step 3: Open DVD2oneX. For the source, select the folder on the hard drive that contains the decrypted files produced by DVDBackup. For the destination set the size to "4444" MB. For Copy Mode, select Full Disc. Leave Ratio alone. On the panel at the right, select the languages you want to be copied. Check the box that specifies to create a disc image. Press start, then select a new folder to save the new files to. It takes about 20 minutes to process a full DVD on my dual 1.8. Step 4: Insert a blank DVD-R and open Toast. In Toast, select "Disc Copy" and then "Image File". Select the disc image file produced by DVD2oneX. Burn disc. Enjoy.