software to duplicate dvd

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  1. sylvain macrumors newbie

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    hello
    i just bought an iMac with a dvd burner... but cant figure out how to duplicate my dvd movies for my own use of course...
    can you help me out ?
     
  2. dynamicd macrumors 6502

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    I think if you do a search for this you'll probably come up with quite a few results. You'll definitely need DVD backup and toast if you intend to copy your movies.
     
  3. Le Big Mac macrumors 68020

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    Re: software to duplicate dvd

    If you're trying to duplicate copyrighted DVDs (i.e., not home movies, but studio ones), they have copy protection that, unless you hack it, will prevent your doing what you're trying to do.
     
  4. Balin64 macrumors 6502a

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    Re: software to duplicate dvd

    Use:

    DVD BackUp to decode it

    DVDOneX to process to fit in 4.7GB DVD

    Toast Titanium to burn it.

    If you follow the Read Me's, it will work flawlessly, guaranteed. They are not free apps, and I think they're over-priced, but they WILL work. If you're parsimonious, you can "demo" DVDBackUp and DVDOneX from Gnutella (use LimeWire or Poisoned). But you should buy Toast anyway: very, very useful app suite.
     
  5. jelwell macrumors member

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    Toast will copy dvds that you've made yourself using iDVD. Which is great, cause then you don't need to keep around the soft copy to make duplicates. I'm betting disk copy will do it to, but i've never tried.

    if you're trying to dupe your copyrighted cds it's not a pretty process.
    joe.
     
  6. jonapete2001 macrumors regular

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    For my pc i use dvd x copy xpress. I think on their website they said they were working on mac version. On the windows side this is by far the easiest solution for copying protected movies.

    This is only legal if you already own the actual dvd.
     
  7. sylvain thread starter macrumors newbie

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    Re: Re: software to duplicate dvd


    Thank you so much !!!
     

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