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MacBook - Ripping a DVD??


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Hi all, me and my fiancee went for a 4d baby scan today and we got given a DVD with the whole scan on and id like copy the dvd so that i have a digital copy on my macbook. How do i do this? have i already got the software on my mac? thanks Kieran
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Google will give you the answer in seconds ... however most go for VLC+Handbrake.
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Handbrake. I dont have VLC
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MactheRipper also does a standup job...

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Handbrake converts DVD's to mp4's and I can suggest Mac The Ripper.
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If it's a baby scan, that should mean there's no disc protection mechanism, which means you should simply be able to copy the disc's contents over to your computer via a simple copy and paste.


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