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Movies and Video For people making movies and editing video with their Mac.

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I am looking for a full function DVD utility/cloning program and need some help deciding which is better: Fast DVD copy:http://www.fastdvdcopy.com/ or Toast 9 titanium?
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You can copy DVDs with Burn, but if what you're looking to do is to rip them (i.e. defeat the encryption), note that this topic is not open for discussion here.

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i would go with handbreak
its reli good!
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i would go with handbreak
its reli good!
You mean Handbrake.

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You can copy DVDs with Burn, but if what you're looking to do is to rip them (i.e. defeat the encryption), note that this topic is not open for discussion here.
I understand. have tv show I recorded and wanted to save them. My dvr is full.
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I understand. have tv show I recorded and wanted to save them. My dvr is full.
Well, TV shows are copyrighted as well... which means saving permanently to DVD from your TiVo (et al) is illegal.
Time-shifted recordings of a program to a DVR are allowed, but permanent archiving of the shows are not. So, unfortunately we are done here.

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i would go with handbreak
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You mean Handbrake.
I think they meant "really" as well.

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