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which App is best for Backing Up DVD's ?


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Hi all, i have recently purchased an App that, extremely easily and quickly converts an AVI file to DVD Video, i WAS hoping the same company produced a similarly Easy to Use App to BackUp DVD's, they DO make lots of Convertors for this and that, but nothing to actually BACKUP.

I suppose there are many of these Apps out there, tell me, IS Backing Up the same as Ripping ?.

Is there an EASY way to Backup and Burn DVD's in one package and please what is it's name, otherwise is there a pair of these Apps that does the same job, possibly for free ?.


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Please read the following Sticky Notice regarding "backing up or ripping DVDs".
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Please read the following Sticky Notice regarding "backing up or ripping DVDs".
O dear, I see what you mean, sorry about that chaps, i obviously hadn't fully read the rules. I shall not let that happen again !.

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