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Hi,

I have a quick question about burning a DVD. I know little about computer in general so this might sound stupid.

I ripped a movie using MacTheRipper, and I bought blank DVDs today but I have absolutely no idea how/where to start to burn DVD.

So my question is, what is the best way to burn a DVD? By best, I mean easy, relatively simple, and providing a good quality.

Which software should I use?

And lastly, could you tell me the steps?

Thanks!!
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Discussion about ripping movies is off limits here, so please be aware of the forum rules before posting...

As far as software to burn a DVD is concerned, you could use Disk Utility which is included with OS X, or several free burning utilities that can be downloaded from the web. Here's one. And there is also the commercial Roxio program, Toast. (around $99.00)

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Sounds super illegal to me!
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Discussion about ripping movies is off limits here, so please be aware of the forum rules before posting...

As far as software to burn a DVD is concerned, you could use Disk Utility which is included with OS X, or several free burning utilities that can be downloaded from the web. Here's one. And there is also the commercial Roxio program, Toast. (around $99.00)

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I purchased Toast the other day and it's great. super easy to use, and it was only 79.99
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