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Mac Video Capturer, free?


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I need to know what is a good free video capturer? like so i can play a DVD on my mac and then record it and post it youtube or somewhere? Thanks!
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That would be against the forum laws as it would be against the US Copyright laws. You'd be illegally copying from a copyrighted DVD.
And besides the DVD player has a built in copyright protection, try doing a screenshot when some movie is playing you'll get nothing but grey.

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No i dont mean it like that, i have intention of copyright my friend made a DVD and he was to put it on Youtube, but he can't cause he doesn't know how and like how do i take a video of my desktop to show like a tutorial or something??
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HandBrake if you're just looking to copy a home DVD to a computer file.

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