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copying DVD'S

Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by skllcandy, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. skllcandy

    skllcandy Regular member

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    if you copy a DVD to your hard drive and it has VOB files and that sort, how do you burn it? is there any special way? b/c it has all of the special features/extras and it is an exact copy of the dvds i have. i'm just trying to make backups.
     
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    Best software for DVD DL is ImgBurn. You will need dual layer DVD to backup your stuff. If you do not have DL burner, you will have to compress it first to fit DVD5, in that case it is a good idea to take out all the stuff you do not need to get smaller file size before compression.
     
  3. skllcandy

    skllcandy Regular member

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    IDK if i have a dl burner...my dvd's are 4.7 gb. i want to keep all of the extras and things like that...if its possible i would like it to be an exact copy of the dvd
     
  4. morguex

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    You can use DvDshrink, to make it fit on one dvd5, But keep in mind you will lose picture quality if you shrink the orginal dvd rip too much.
    Good luck
    Peace all
     
  5. skllcandy

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    why would i have to shrink it? when i copy the files to my pc the size is around 2.5 gb.
     
  6. morguex

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    well almost every dvd i've rip are at least 5.0gb/s to 7+ gb/s, thats why you would shrink it, if your ripped dvd is only 2.5gb/s then just use nero, imgburm or any good dvd burning software.
     
  7. skllcandy

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    would i just add all of the VOB files and all that to the dvd?..nothing special?
     
  8. morguex

    morguex Guest

    Just have whatever burning program you use open up the folder where you saved the ripped dvd,click on it then pick the folder thats says "video" and your on your way.
     
  9. iphonexu

    iphonexu Guest

    Cause most DVD movie are encrypted( CSS Copy right protected), you will need to have a 3rd party DVD copy software to help you, take a look at

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    9523 Guest

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  11. bulldogz

    bulldogz Guest

    You could Ashampoo Burning Studio to copy the files to DVD.All you have to do is select burn movies and click on the option that says burn prepared folder.Add the VIDEO_TS folder and click next to burn it.
     

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