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hey guys,

i was informed recently that it is legal to copy your own dvds to have as backup discs and use for personal use so i got a dvd burner which is all good but the software it came with gives me copyright protection.

So a friend told me DvdXcopy but you gotta pay like $100 for that and its in the USA and i wouldnt even know if it was any good.

I have tried a trial version of CopyDVD and it works fine EXCEPT is wont allow me to specify what i want on the dvd for example if the dvd is too big to fit on one dvd , but the actual movie it self could fit . I know you can get a program whereby you select which material and menus you want , does anyone have any recommendations.

This topic might be in the wrong place or stated before so please forward me if so.

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you can use DVDbackup (free) to extract DVD files on you hard disc and later process them with DVD2oneX (49$) to scale it down to 4.7 GB consumer DVD
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you can use DVDbackup (free) to extract DVD files on you hard disc and later process them with DVD2oneX (49$) to scale it down to 4.7 GB consumer DVD
There's actually a program called Fast DVD Copy ( that will copy a DVD and fit it onto a consumer 4.7 GB disk in about 90 minutes. It lets you customize what you want on the disk, but it doesn't give you the freedom that using 3 apps does.
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