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lovegrace
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 DVD copy

Does anyone know any good DVD copy programs?

I prefer free. Lol. Thanks.

 2007/5/25 0:06Profile
polo247uk
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 Re: DVD copy

DVD Shrink and it is free
http://www.dvdshrink.org/


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Paulo West

 2007/5/25 4:30Profile
lovegrace
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 Re:

Thanks

 2007/5/25 15:53Profile
lovegrace
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 Re: DVD copy

Alright. It's not working right.

I'm using this type of blank DVD.

Maxwell, DVD+R, Burns up to 8x, 4.7 GB, 2 hrs in SP mode.

When I use that program it wants to use one of my existing programs; either Apollo Copy or 1Click DVD Copy 5. Those are both trial downloads. Should I delete them?

Not only that; should I get another brand of blank DVD's?

Thanks very much.

 2007/5/26 8:55Profile
polo247uk
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yes remove the other programs you have on there. dvd shrink will take the film-tvshow or what ever you have on your dvd and put it onto you pc to then put it onto another dvd disk you may want to use DVDDecrypter it is another free bit of software.


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 2007/5/26 12:17Profile
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I think it's my blank DVD's. Because when I got to the point of burning them on a dvd cd. It kept saying, "please insert a cd". Well, there is one in the computer, it's just not registering.

Do you, or anyone, know any good blank DVD's?

I'm doing this for ministry. So, if someone might be thinking I'm giving out free Lion King movies, think again. Lol.

Anywho. Someone help, please and thank you.

 2007/5/26 13:53Profile
Jacob19
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I actually just use the staples brand of DVD. You might want to get DVD-R instead of DVD+R because older DVD players cannot play DVD+Rs. Also some times some DVDs or CDs will just not work so just throw that individual one away and try the next one in the stack. Good Luck,
Jacob

 2007/5/26 14:12Profile
lovegrace
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Jacob19 wrote:
Also some times some DVDs or CDs will just not work so just throw that individual one away and try the next one in the stack. Good Luck,
Jacob



Yea. I thought that might've been it but I'd be 'throwing out' like 20 or so.

Hmm. DVD-R. Never knew there was a difference.

I'm lost on this topic. Thanks so far for the help.

 2007/5/26 14:54Profile
lovegrace
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 Re: DVD copy

I still need some help with this. Thanks

 2007/6/4 18:31Profile
Tears_of_joy
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 Re: DVD copy

Hi lovegrace,

Could you tell us what exactly you want to do? What kind of DVD you want to copy? Is it video for DVD player?
Could you copy this video with copy-paste to your Hard Disk? Please give us more information, so we could help you and suggest some programs.

Thanks, Kire

 2007/6/4 18:55Profile





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