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    Copying movies to a mac
    Hey all I just wnat to know how to stick a dvd into my Mac and copy it to the harddrive. I dont want to make it smaller so thats its like ipod size i just want to have a few backup dvd's so can someone please help me. On a side note these are home movies... no illegal activity here

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    I did an edit because it souned like i was doing something illegal... So please re read

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    Have you tried iSquint.

    Or MacTheRipper

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    I will try mac the ripper... any kind of walk through help u could give im never any good with these programs

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    I use handbrake, which is really good, and free.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spudd4242 View Post
    I will try mac the ripper... any kind of walk through help u could give im never any good with these programs
    Just open MacTheRipper (MTR), pop the DVD in... MTR will scan it.... Click "Go" when it's ready... Go get some lunch.

    It will place a TS_Folder on your desktop, drag that to TOAST (that's what I use anyway) to burn a DVD...

    it's very simple.

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    If they're just home movies you can just drag the VIDEO_TS folder off the disk. MacTheRipper is only used to break the encryption put on commercial DVDs.

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    have you tried the forum search function? there are like 2 tutorials here about this amongst many many many other threads that will give you more than enough options.
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