Thread: DVD copier
06-06-2007, 06:58 PM #1DVD copier
I have looked everywhere for information on this, so hopefully someone here can help. is there a machine that allows you to put a dvd in one tray and a blank dvd in another and copy them? sort of like you'd do for a vhs to dvd transfer? I don't really know what you'd call that and I've Googled myself to death looking for this. is there such a creature?
I know I can upload the dvd to my MacBook and then burn with iMovie, but I have a mountain of dvds to copy and having a standalone maching do it would be much easier for me.
thanks.i will rise up with fists!!
06-06-2007, 08:25 PM #2
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- May 01, 2007
- Sonoran Desert
Here is the device you really need if you want to do serious copying. Of course, if the DVDs are protected, you can forget about this option.
To copy a protected DVD (which you own, and have a right to copy), use mac the ripper > dvd2one.Macbook 13" / 320GB 7200 RPM HD 16MB / C2D 2 GHZ / 2GB / Snow Leopard / Boot Camp / XP PRO SP3
06-08-2007, 05:44 AM #3
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- Jun 08, 2007
It is easy to search for good supplier now, just type "dvd duplicator" in Google and I clik on the 1st search result and I found this company pretty good price and professional about duplicator Copystars.com
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