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I'm still a relative newbie to Mac World. One of the few shortcomings I've found is the (non-)ability to copy DVDs. I did this easily & successfully on my old PC via DVDShriink & Nero...sometimes also incorporating ripit4me with DVD Decrypter. Is there an equivalent process to use on my Mac?

I have had occasional success with Toast though I don't think it will compress, if needed, as DVDShrink will. I haven't had much luck with mactheripper...far more errors than with the PC programs above. I'm told mactheripper3 isn't too reliable but haven't tried it.

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It's not permissable to discuss such things here as it is against US law to break the encryption. But if you will look at the links at the bottom of this page under Similar Threads, you will find some info.

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