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I have some older DVD's that are starting to age a bit through wear and tear. I'm looking for the best software to decrypt and copy my movies so that I can make backups of them, even if it means purchasing it.. Is anyone familiar with this? I read somewhere that Toast Titanium was a good program. Can anyone give me any feedback?

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Toast is a good program however, it will not decrypt the DVD's for you. For that you need Mac The Ripper. You will also need a good amount of HD space as DVD's can be 7gb large

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talking about decrypting professionally created dvds is also against forum rules.

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