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whats the best program to back up my new dvds
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I've tried a lot and haven't found one I like on OSX. I like DVDshrink but it's an x86 program so you'll have to run bootcamp to use it. It's awesome though. A lot of people swear by MactheRipper but I didn't like it at all.
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I've tried a lot and haven't found one I like on OSX. I like DVDshrink but it's an x86 program so you'll have to run bootcamp to use it. It's awesome though. A lot of people swear by MactheRipper but I didn't like it at all.
thanks for your input ive used both i like dvd shink at 1st but when the newer dvd's came it stop working, then i tried mactheripper it started working but i have trouble when some of the newer dvd's
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I've never had an issue with DVDShrink on ANY DVD new or old. You may need to download a new version of DVDdecrypter.
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I've never had an issue with DVDShrink on ANY DVD new or old. You may need to download a new version of DVDdecrypter.
oh im sorry maybe it was dvdbackup i used and not dvdshink. do you know if they make a version for mac osx?
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oh im sorry maybe it was dvdbackup i used and not dvdshink. do you know if they make a version for mac osx?
Unfortunately not, that's why I isntalled bootcamp to be honest. You may find a lot of useful info here http://forums.afterdawn.com/
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Unfortunately not, that's why I isntalled bootcamp to be honest. You may find a lot of useful info here http://forums.afterdawn.com/
thanks for your help
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Mac The Ripper and Toast Titanium 7 is what I use. Never had any problems.
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