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Is there any other software other then iDVD for ripping and encoding dvd ? Like on a more professional level ? maybe even free ?

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Im not sure about professional, but I use mac the ripper to rip, dvd2onex to compress, and toast to burn.
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iDVD is your best option for free DVD software. There are better, more professional suites out there but they cost some money.

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Maybe I am a bit dense but you seem to be asking about 2 different things. Do you want to create a DVD using unprocessed linear video (DVD Authoring)? i.e. Make a DVD out of raw footage. Or do you want to take existing movies and make a copy of them. i.e. rip and encode "Before Sunset" onto a new disc.

I think you mean the former in which case I don't know of any that are free. Final Cut Pro is probably the most economical "pro" tools I know of for the Mac. Well, truth be told I do not know of any other but there probably are. Loiking through MacUpdate did not bring up any likely candidates.
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