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Can anyone recommend DVD copying software for an external burner? I've recently acquired one but as ever, there's no Mac version of the software (Nero) included. Any ideas?
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Can anyone recommend DVD copying software for an external burner? ... Any ideas?
Hey Brian, just be aware of Forum rules about illegal copying activity.

Assuming the copying you want to do IS legal, I could recommend Toast or Handbrake as probably the best,. Toast isn't free. Others are mentioned here:
http://mac.sofotex.com/Multimedia/DVD_Burner/
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Hello Hughvane
Hey, I wouldn't ever even think about maybe even contemplating considering performing an illegal copy of anything. Absolutely not. No way. Ever.
Thanks for the link, I'll, er, *evaluate* whatever works.
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Roxio's Toast is by far the best IMO

If you want open source there is Burn

burn-osx.sourceforge.net/

But in the future, if you find that apple's iApps don't see your new burner there is a patch called Patchburn that does a good job of adding 3rd party drives to those applications
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