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I use Mactheripper. I am looking for a way to burn the files to dvd from my Mac. I have heard you can use iMovie but i dont know how.


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What sort of files do you want to burn ??

Why not goto finder>file>new burn folder and drag files into that .......

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I would need to get to my external to tell you the file type. I cannot remember off the top of my head. They are not a file type i normally associate with movies. will post what they are when i can get to them.

To clarify, I am trying to back up my movies on DVDs because my roommates have now scratched the **** out of 2 of my DVDs. but i don't want to make it so they are not accessible. Just leaving out my copies. while i can keep the originals in good shape.
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Oh Ok ... Just be careful about what you want to talk about in this forum, as it doesnt allow chat about ripping DVD's , breaking the encryption and such is illegal ...

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yeah i read that stickied thread at the top. I don't think what I'm doing is illegal.

The file type is a TS folder. I honestly am kind of new to the whole DVD ripping thing.
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Yep to clarify though if its been produced buy a company and sold in a shop then it illegal to rip it ..... And talk about it here

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The US DMCA forbids the breaking of any type of encryption or protection mechanism. As such, it is effectively illegal to rip DVDs, even those you own. And since we follow US law here on these forums, this discussion is now over.

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