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

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I have a couple of favourite dvd's i want to import to itunes but i don't know how i go about it, I thought maybe this was something fairly easy and intuitive but i can't see an obvious menu item for doing it. Whats the best way?
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What kind of DVDs are you referring to? Commercial or home made?

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I have a few old favourites like Star Wars, Blade Runner, 5th Element, want to put them in itunes then I can stream them to my ipod touch and watch anywhere round the house. So yes, commercial ones. I guess I have to use some 3rd party package to import them. I'm assuming since they are my own dvd's and I want to copy them to view for my own use I'm not infringing any copyrights?
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They are copy protected, please see the announcement at the top of this forum (for easy reference, here is a link: Mac-Forums.com - Announcements in Forum : Movies and Video).

Unfortunately, we can not discuss this topic here. Thanks for understanding.

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