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Burning DVD's?


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I want to make copies of some DVD's of mine and have already ripped them onto my computer, but now I'm not sure what to do next. What application burns DVD's? I have the white macbook.
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Nevermind..I have iDVD.
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i use toast titanuim. i use it with my black macbook so it should be fine with yours.
Roxio Toast 9 Titanium - CD & DVD Burning - Overview

oh nvm. i read your second post XD
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Use DragonBurn, probably the best for mac.
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My favorite is BurnAgain FS from freeridecoding

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This app also makes appending to data CDs and DVDs easy as pie without having to use Apples archaic disk utility to erase first. It also only shows the most recent session as a single icon on your desktop for multi-session disks. And all without needing CDs or DVDs that are RW. This is what OS X's disc burning should have been from the get-go. (Something Windoze has done for years now).
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