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    Burning DVD movies
    I have ripped a dvd film onto my macbook using mac the ripper, is it possible to burn it to a duel layer dvd? The folder size is 7 gigs

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    Just because it's ripped doesn't mean that it is illegally obtained. It may be a DVD that this user owns and is making a backup copy of. That said, I'm skeptical that this is indeed true!

    I'll go with harryb2448 here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeptogram View Post
    Just because it's ripped doesn't mean that it is illegally obtained. It may be a DVD that this user owns and is making a backup copy of. That said, I'm skeptical that this is indeed true!

    I'll go with harryb2448 here.
    Even if you own the DVD, the simple act of ripping it is illegal in the US, since copy protection mechanisms must be broken.

    With that said, the OP didn't mention that it was a commercial DVD. If that's the case, we don't permit discussion of ripping commercial DVDs on this forum.
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