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Ripping from DVD Rom

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by knightsar, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. knightsar

    knightsar Member

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    Is it ok to rip from my Sony DVD ROM and burn on my Pioneer DVDRW 107. I ripes so much faster on my DVD ROM. Will it hinder my video quality? I use DVD X copy Platinum.
     
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    Hi there knightsar, welcome to aD,

    It's fine to rip from your DVD-ROM - as a matter of fact, it's by far the best way to do it. Your DVD-ROM reads faster than your burner and it's much easier on your burner as it doesn't have to start and stop so much - extending your burner's life -

    It's the reason I recommend buying a DVD-ROM if you have the room to put it in your PC.

    Burn on there "good guy" burn on -

    Cheers,

    Pete
     
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    Thank Pete for you quick response! I had always wondered about that. Haven't really had anyone to ask about it before.
     
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    My personal recommendation is to install a DVD-ROM if you don't have one to play DVD's / Music on and use it to rip from and the burner to write to when you're doing backups.

    It's the best way to do things, IMHO -

    Pete

     
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    Thanks All!
     

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