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  1. #1

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    Jul 10, 2011
    Smile Putting own DVD's on to my mac
    Hi everyone

    Can I import my own DVD'd on to my iPad or my mini mac?
    If so how do i do it?

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    Member Since
    Jul 10, 2011
    Watching movies on ipad2
    Can I put my own DVD's onto my iPad2?

    If so how.


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    Oct 10, 2004
    27" 3.4 Ghz i7 iMac-13" C2D Macbook-OSX 10.10.2 -64Gb iPad 2-64 Gb iPhone 6+-ATV 2-14Tb of Storage
    What do you mean by "my own DVD's"?

    Are they DVDs that you created (say family or vacation video)? or are they DVDs that you purchased at the store etc?

    If they are the former, then yes and I will explain how once you reply. If they are the latter then discussing it would violate forum rules.

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  5. #5

    Member Since
    Jul 10, 2011
    DVD on to iPad 2
    I want to transfer my own family DVD,s. Is it possible to put shop bought films on to iPad or do you have to download from iTunes.

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    Your family DVDs that you made are unprotected and not copyrighted material, so yes, you can copy them to your iPad or anywhere else for that matter. However, purchased or commercial DVDs are protected by DRM and by US law can not be copied or ripped.

    Please read our Sticky notice at the head of this forum about DVD ripping or copying.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edthevanman View Post
    Is it possible to put shop bought films on to iPad
    To answer your question: Yes, it is most definitely possible.

    Can we, on this forum, tell you how? no.

    can the almighty Google tell you how? probably.

    [of course, chscag is absolutely right in what he says. Breaking DVD copy protection is illegal.]
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    Jan 10, 2011
    If your own family DVD, you can find such tool in Mac Software in Apple store, I remember there is an software which named Leawo DVD Magic. It can only rip the DVD without copyright-protection.

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    Look into Handbrake.
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    Oct 01, 2007
    27" iMac i7 (2011) 10.11, Mac Mini i5 (2014), iPhone6s, Apple Watch, iPad Air 2, New AppleTV (4?)
    You can use Handbrake - a free tool that will convert your Home made DVD to an M4V file that you can drag into iTunes and sync to your iPad
    Not been around these parts for a while. Trying to change that . .

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    Aug 08, 2011
    Exclamation The best way to rip DVD's
    The best software for ripping DVD's ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jshdaley View Post
    The best software for ripping DVD's ... not necessary since non-copyprotected DVDs don't require ripping and as was stated earlier in the thread, is not a topic open for discussion here at

    But thanks for your input.

    As to the original question in this thread.... asked and answered, so we're done here.
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