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Does the macbook or macbookpro come with the ability to rip a dvd onto it? if not is there a program worth downloading to do it?
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Might want to read this first:
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And yes, there are easy ways to copy legal DVDs like Disk Utility.

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i have some home videos on dvd that i've made awhile back on a different computer and didn't have the software quite like the mac does. so i wanted to import it, edit it again, reproduce the home videos.
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Since they are legal movies, you can use Disk Utility like Schweb suggested or a burning application like the free Burn or Roxio Toast if you want a really nice piece of burning software.
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How do you use the disk utility? Is it pretty basic if your dvd is in and you open the disk utility? Would downloading a program be better?
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