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    DVD Shrink For Macs ???
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    DVD Shrink For Macs ???
    Hi

    I have a Windows desktop XP SP-2 Home Edition and have always used the application DVD Shrink to rip and burn movies with it. However I've recently purchased an Apple Macbook 10.5.6 and would also like to do the same using the Mac. Is there an equivalent DVD shrink software application for the Mac platform?

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    DVD Shrink For Macs ???
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    This kind of thing cannot be discussed here.
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    DVD Shrink For Macs ???

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    Using things that you rightfully own in actually legal fair-use ways became illegal in the USA a few years back since rich old men weren't getting rich enough. They had rich old man friends in the government so they had some brandy-sipping sessions and came up with this thing called the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Some guy named Darth Sidious wrote the thing up with the help of someone named Goebels.

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    DVD Shrink For Macs ???
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    Uh, Kevriano, some of us aren't American, it's not illegal here to copy dvd's we own as backups, or in my instance to play on my AppleTV.

    Use Ripit for mac.

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    DVD Shrink For Macs ???
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    Well, I'm English, but it's an American forum, and the rules state that we cannot discuss such things here.
    I have plenty of answers that would do, but why risk getting a ban?
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    DVD Shrink For Macs ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZorroAMG View Post
    Uh, Kevriano, some of us aren't American, it's not illegal here to copy dvd's we own as backups, or in my instance to play on my AppleTV.

    Use Ripit for mac.
    If you check the Community Guidelines as well as the sticky in this forum, we adhere to US law here. So, regardless of the laws that apply to your country, this topic is still off-limits here.
    Liquid and computers don't mix. It might seem simple, but we see an incredible amount of people post here about spills. Keep drinks and other liquids away from your expensive electronics!

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