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I found this pretty cool program called Drive-in. It's from the same people who created the Flip4Mac program. The Drive-in program allows you to make a direct copy of a DVD or audio CD. The copy is tied to your registration information so you can only play the movies on your computers.

It's only in beta right now but I can't wait for it to come out so I can buy it. I'll probably have to invest in an external hard drive since each copy is around 8GB.

Anyone else love this program as much as me?

http://www.flip4mac.com/drivein.htm
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So what happens when get a new Mac... you have to copy everything again? Or will it update it's info when you input your registration info on your new Mac?

Personally I wouldn't pay for something that does with DRM what a free application will do without DRM (and it's no more legal than any other DVD copying program: it's still an unlicensed copy, whether it's got DRM attached to it or not).

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