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Topic # 8093 3-Jun-2006 00:44
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how do i go about burning a dvd to my harddrive i have sonic my dvd but i should be able to do it through
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  Reply # 37534 3-Jun-2006 00:49
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make sure you are able to rip cop-protected content, a free tool call DVD43, use google and find it (easy).

with Sonic MyDVD, you should have the option to copy DVD and instead of burning DVD, it should allow you to select Hard disk for image.


I use 1ClickDVDPro which is quick and simple and makes a perfect duplication.




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  Reply # 37553 3-Jun-2006 13:17
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chiefie: make sure you are able to rip cop-protected content, a free tool call DVD43, use google and find it (easy).

with Sonic MyDVD, you should have the option to copy DVD and instead of burning DVD, it should allow you to select Hard disk for image.


I use 1ClickDVDPro which is quick and simple and makes a perfect duplication.






hmmm.............. Is this appropriate info from a Mod? I haven't investigated DVD43 tool but to me the answer appears to be supporting illegal copying of movies- which I have duly noted :)




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  Reply # 37555 3-Jun-2006 14:27
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chiefie: make sure you are able to rip cop-protected content, a free tool call DVD43, use google and find it (easy).

with Sonic MyDVD, you should have the option to copy DVD and instead of burning DVD, it should allow you to select Hard disk for image.

I use 1ClickDVDPro which is quick and simple and makes a perfect duplication.

riahon: hmmm.............. Is this appropriate info from a Mod? I haven't investigated DVD43 tool but to me the answer appears to be supporting illegal copying of movies- which I have duly noted :)


No problem with it at all.

I have a DVD video camera that produces discs that are fully protected - so I also need to circumvent copy protection on stuff i own the copyright to!! Crazy eh. Either that or put up with complicated and limited methods of DVD editing provided by Sony.

Its better for me to decrypt and rip my footage, then do as i please with it.




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  Reply # 37559 3-Jun-2006 15:02
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I agree with Tony, I also have a simialr need to get round copy protection. I use AnyDVD which bypasses it, also good for playing any region DVDs as well. CloneDVD does a great job of copying the DVDs, its also very fast


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