1:1 DVD Backup

pMad

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Original poster
Apr 28, 2008
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Alright, it's been ages since I did this, but I have a reason to do this now.
Can someone give me the current best and cheapest way to do this.


Thanks,
I'd prefer to avoid MTR and Toast
 

rhett7660

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Jan 9, 2008
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Sunny, Southern California
Alright, it's been ages since I did this, but I have a reason to do this now.
Can someone give me the current best and cheapest way to do this.


Thanks,
I'd prefer to avoid MTR and Toast
Are you wanting this back-up to used on a streaming device? Or do you just want the disc to be copied over to a hard drive or another disc for back-up purposes only?
 

Darth.Titan

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Oct 31, 2007
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Austin, TX
If a straight DVD backup is all you need, RipIt is a great option. It's not free, $24.95, but it's simple and receives frequent updates for "problem" discs.
 

pMad

macrumors regular
Original poster
Apr 28, 2008
177
1
Are you wanting this back-up to used on a streaming device? Or do you just want the disc to be copied over to a hard drive or another disc for back-up purposes only?
Disk.
When my kids are done with a Thomas DVD, it looks like they ate a peanut butter sandwich on it.
I want to save originals and give them a hard copy.


Thanks for the replies.

If using RipIt or MKV, 2 questions
What is the outcome format?
Best way to get onto disk? (do I need DVD2onex2 or something similar)
 
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