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RipDifferent...only for Mac's and OS X

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by nezamac, Dec 1, 2002.

  1. nezamac

    nezamac Guest

    Hello everyone! I was a member of the 'RipDifferent' Mac only based DVD authoring and DVD burning forum. I want to start something new here at afterdawn. Soley dedicated to us Mac fans using OS X. So if you're a Mac dude, please post your comments here!

     
  2. goldcouga

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    Hi. I am also a mac user. I am using a PowerBook G4, 400Mhz.
    In my former life, as a PC user, I used DVDx2.0 which was great to convert DVD to VCD, but I can't seem to find any good software like that for a mac. There are many programs that only do one component, but do you know of any that do all?
     
  3. nezamac

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    I've never used dvdx2.0...i've tried ifoedit,dvd decryptor, and smartripper. I've never been a pc user, just tried those programs before I discovered how to burn a dvd on a Mac. From what I've read, the maker of Ifoedit is working on a version for OS X. The answer to your question, NO. Just like you said, there are many programs that do one component.

     
  4. JackAstro

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    I've actually been trying to track down an archive of the RipDifferent forum. I'm having a hell of a time trying to track down info on backing up commercial DVDs on a Mac. I'm still running on 9.2.2, but I could install 10.2 on one of my machines if it were necessary.
     
  5. dRD

    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    Okidoki guys, I'll set up a test forum for Mac only ripping stuff and see how well it goes. So, gather your Mac DVD ripping pals and try to get some sense into it -- unfortunately we don't use fruity things in our own stuff, so we can't really help you other than providing a forum to play with.
     
  6. nezamac

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    Jack....I would recommend you upgrade to 10.1 or better yet 10.2. I'm currently backing up my dvd's on 10.1. I'm using a slow 400MHz b&w.
    Once you upgrade, you'll need OSEx0.0110a1, dvd studio pro 1.5, and Toast.
     
  7. mediaguru

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    Yo. I've got DVD studio pro 1.5 and toast 5.1.3

    But what is OSEx0.0110a1 and what's the process?

    I've been able to make a few dvd copies with dvd extractor .9b, toast and dvd studio pro.
     
  8. nezamac

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    Yo, go to ripdifferent.com. Us Mac guys are now over there.
     
  9. foobone12

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    Hi Im new at this. I use a mac and have OS 9.2 and was wondering if there is anyway to back up dvd's and/or xbox games using a cd burner. Ive heard ways that this is possible but only on pc, If you can tell me how I will be very appreciative.
     
  10. mike71

    mike71 Guest

    love the mac forum, thanks it's very handy rather than peering through a multitude of irrelevant posts (for me anyway)

    I actually upgraded my 3yo G4 to do a little DVD authoring.

    Dual 867
    512ram
    2x60HD
    Radeon 9000
    combo drive
    superdrive
     

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