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Copying non-copyrighted DVDs

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by dj928, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. dj928

    dj928 Member

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    I use DVD Shrink and Decrypter to copy movies, but what is the most efficient way to copy a non-copyrighted movie (like a home movie)? I am trying to save time from using both of these programs if possible. Thanks.
     
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    dj928,
    Just copy disc to disc.
    HW.
     
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    Could you please tell me what program to use and the steps to take? Thanks.
     
  4. aabbccdd

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    dj928 its called copying on the FLY put the DVD in your reader,put a blank in your burner ,use NERO or ROXIO disc copier to make the backup.its that simply.
     
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    If you dont have nero or roxio,you can do this with dvd decrypter doing .. iso read/iso write
     
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    I don't have Nero or Roxio - that's why I am using DVD Shrink and Decrypter (as previously mentioned). I will try the decrypter suggestion - just press the ISO read and ISO write buttons?

    Thanks.
     
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    put the disc in, and click mode/iso read,then hit the decrypt button.When thats done,click on mode/iso write,browse to your folder and click decrypt again.
    blaze on
    jD
     
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    When you say "browse to your folder" do you mean to the RW drive?
     
  9. Hallywood

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    "Browse to folder" means to find the folder where your DVD files have been stored.
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