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

New to Macbook and need help with burning dvds


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Hi all.. I need help I have used wonderful software for Windows, from Slysoft for copying dvd's that are protected. Unfortunately they don't make a Mac version. I know there has to be a good program out there, but I cannot find it. The latest one I tried was Aimersoft DVD Backup and it has a great interface, but when i convert dvd9 to dvd5 it makes the sound be off with the lips
So, please let me know what you use, and i assume it will be a seperate ripper and burner, details would be nice. Thanks
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Hi,

Welcome to the Forums!

I suggest you take a peak at: Mac-Forums.com - Announcements in Forum : Movies and Video

Discussing ripping, how to, problems associated with, etc. of copy protected DVDs is prohibited here as they follow US Law for determining what is and isn't allowed to discuss.

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well, i thought i could get help for my new mac at the mac forums.. this is ironic. Is there some place else where discussions are allowed. I never have and will never think it is wrong to back up a dvd to save the original..
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"ironic" that the teaching of how to do something illegal is not allowed? ok

Doesn't really matter what any of us "think".

I believe most here (including myself) are on the side of "Fair Use".

However, the bottom line at this point in time is that breaking the encryption found on practically all commercial DVDs is against the law in the U.S.

I cannot be held responsible for the things that come out of my mouth.
In the Windows world, most everything folks don't understand is called a virus.

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