Burning DVD Movies from computer to DVD

Discussion in 'Mac Basics and Help' started by gsxr370, Aug 2, 2009.

  1. gsxr370 macrumors member

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    I have handbrake and mac the ripper to copy dvds to my computer, but where can I get an app that takes the file and burns it to a DVD so I can watch it with a dvd player.
     
  2. grosslyclever macrumors member

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    There is no app, here are the steps.

    Its really simple. If your video is in the right format, you can:

    1. Put a blank CD into your computer.
    2. Open the Blank CD in finder.
    3. Drag the movie into the CD folder
    4. Now there should be a yellow and black ball next to the CD folder in the side bar, or it should say "burn on the top right of the finder window.
    5. Click it.
    6. The movie is now being put on the blank CD.

    If you have any problems just let me know.

    - Grosslyclever.
     
  3. spinne1 macrumors 6502a

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    If you want an easy full featured app, use Toast. It is not super cheap however.
     
  4. ROGERWILCO357 macrumors 6502

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    hi

    i am a newbie to mac also man it took me 3 days to find this software alot of people said handbrake and it doesn't go to dvd like i wanted and you want try this software it is free and you can pay for it if you like it and want to support it ...decent software. it is called DVD2oneX2 let me know if it works..newbie out:eek:
     
  5. gsxr370 thread starter macrumors member

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    I downloaded the demo but there isn't any sound on the DVD. Do I have to buy the full version to get sound?
     
  6. iAlexG macrumors 6502

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    Use handbrake to rip the DVD to .m4v and burn using iDVD. Why hasnt anyone else suggested this?
     
  7. Cave Man macrumors 604

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    Because the easiest solution was the first reply by grosslyclever using MTR to rip the DVD with its filestructure and VOBs intact.
     

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