HOW CAN I BURN AND RIP DVD´S????

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by Ven0m, Jun 30, 2004.

  1. macrumors newbie

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    HEY, I´M NEW IN THIS FORUM. :D
    I´VE A G4 QUICKSILVER WITH SUPERDRIVE IN IT.

    CAN U TELL ME HOW CAN I RIP A 9 OR 8 G DVD AND BURN IT IN A 4G DVD-R???

    I THINK TOAST 6 CAN BURN DVD... CAN ANYONE HELP ME :rolleyes:
     
  2. macrumors regular

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    don't shout
     
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    iJon

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    well im going to throw in a good response before all the internet police members come in. check versiontracker.com and look at a program called forty-two.

    also, your pinky on the keyboard is about a 1/2 centimeter away from earning a little more respect on this forum ;)

    iJon
     
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    jiggie2g

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    How many times are people going 2 ask this Question


    go to version tracker , get MacTheRipper or DVD Back-up, this will rip the Dvd's to ur hard drive and decrypt them.

    then get DVD2One to shrink the file to around 4.4 gigs , read instructions at in thier web site. the rest is up 2 u.
     
  6. thread starter macrumors newbie

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    TWIST AND SHOUT!! (sorry for that) :(

    thank u all. i´ll try the programs. :)
     
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    comictimes

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    If you want to keep all of the menus and stuff that were in the original dvd, I don't know, but for just ripping movies and such onto your hard drive, handbrake from versiontracker is really good. You can tell it a bitrate or a target size for the rip, as well as the file format. Also you can crop the movie, which can be good.

    and please turn off caps lock in the future.
     

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