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Copying Movies to my Mac


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I have decided to copy all of the family's DVD's so they shall not get scratched again. (My little sister was devastated when she could not watch Megamind.)

After getting a new copy of Megamind I want to start coping immediately. I have the disk here and want to know what program and how I can copy the disk over?

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