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    Quicktime Pro - Saving my movies
    I recently switched from PC to an Intel-Mac. I would prefer not running boot camp and make the switch whole heartedly. I, however, liked to copy my DVDs onto my old lap top so that I have something watch when I travel on business or onto my pocket PC so that I have something to watch when I ride the subway. Can I copy the DVDs that I own using Quicktime Pro (watch and copy at the same time)?

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    Mar 04, 2006
    If you want to copy your DVD's onto your computer directly from the DVD the best way to do it is with an application called Handbrake:

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    Modesto, Ca.
    iMac late 2007 10.11.b4, iMac 2008 10.10.5, Macbook2007 10.7.5, Mac Mini 10.7.5, iPhone 3GS Note 8!!
    Handbrake also gets my vote. Easy to use too.

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