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Duplicating iDVD


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I have just finished my very first iDVD movie project and have what may be a dumb question. Is it possible to take the DVD and make a duplicate from it? I ask because I would like to delete the project, .img, etc to free up space on my Mac but not if I cannot make future copies from the burned DVD

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