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    My wife received a DVD of her sonogram Thursday and both sets of parents want a copy. I'll have to use my wife's iMac since my MacBook doesn't have a Superdrive. Anyhow, what should I use to clone the DVD?

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    I've only had experience with Toast. It works well.

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    Since it's an unprotected DVD, probably a simple copy and paste should do the job. Just copy the contents of the disc to your hard drive, throw in a blank DVD, and then create a burn folder.

    If that doesn't work, you can try and use a program called Mac the Ripper to rip the DVD to your hard drive and then burn that to a blank DVD.

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    in general toast is good...easy to use & lots of features you might need at other times...
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    You could try to use Disc Utility and make a disc image that you could burn as many times as you want.

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    It is easier to use SimplyBurns from http://simplyburns.berlios.de/. It works well with me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakineyj View Post
    You could try to use Disc Utility and make a disc image that you could burn as many times as you want.
    This worked perfectly, thanks!

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