dvd copying

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  1. h2ohouse217

    h2ohouse217 New Member

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    I used to use dvd shrink on my pc for copying dvd's and now im looking for something similar for the mac. I have mac the ripper but that will only get me halfway.
     
  2. langer421

    langer421 New Member

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    mac da ripper and dvd2xone and you should be good to go
     
  3. omgwtfbbqryan

    omgwtfbbqryan OT Supporter

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    Roxio Popcorn for burning purposes...
     
  4. langer421

    langer421 New Member

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    Or roxio toast, I find it works great
     
  5. nashstradamus

    nashstradamus New Member

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    how are you setting up your DVD in Toast so that it will play on all or most DVD players? I was also wondering this and wanted to make sure I did it correctly the first time.
     
  6. langer421

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    data disk, check dvd rom (udf) and your good to go, haven't had a problem with it yet on any dvd players. I'm also using sony +R's if it makes a difference
     
  7. maczter

    maczter Life is trying things to see if they work.

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    no dice for me. used toast and the settings you mentioned. it copied the files, but won't play worth jack.i can hear the audio, but the video is just a few random streaks.
     

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