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Old 14-11-2022, 01:16   #1
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Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

Now first off I'm not on about Copying Copyrighted DVDs, I want to copy DVDs with Data on them, about 3.88GB of Data.

What's the best and easiest software to use, bare in mind I only I have only one DVD drive.

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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

Copy them to what ?
Another DVD, or something else ?
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Old 14-11-2022, 03:27   #3
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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

I want to copy DVD to DVD to keep another backup.
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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

Copy to desktop off dvd and then burn to new disc using windows or a 3rd party software. I use cdburnerxp. You could if only one disc back it up to google drive or similar
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Another vote for cdburnerxp.
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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

DVDShrink works too. (But for info it'll do DVD9s to DVD5s and it'll do the job well too).

But I agree that cdburnerxp is the go to app.
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DVDShrink works too. (But for info it'll do DVD9s to DVD5s and it'll do the job well too).

But I agree that cdburnerxp is the go to app.
op says data not video. IIRC DVDShrink works with Video_TS files
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op says data not video. IIRC DVDShrink works with Video_TS files
Correct, you can burn new dvd's from a mixture of others but it only works with a compliant DVD structure.
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Correct, you can burn new dvd's from a mixture of others but it only works with a compliant DVD structure.
not used it for a good while but used it a lot from when it was first released. Along with the old faithful dvd decrypter
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ImgBurn is my go to program.
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not used it for a good while but used it a lot from when it was first released. Along with the old faithful dvd decrypter
Yeah, used it a lot in the noughties, like you along side DVD decrypter.

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ImgBurn is my go to program.
Also a really good program, use that now mainly for burning blu rays (data).
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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

ImgBurn is pretty solid
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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

I will try Imgburn thanks everyone.
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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

Its simple to use. Create image file from disc then burn image file to disc.
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Re: Copying DVDs (NON COPYRIGHT)

I will put forward my idea to back the data up to something other than a DVD once again as DVDs degrade over time. They could last a lifetime or they could last a couple of years. Everything important to me is backed up to hard disk locally and in the cloud twice at least. I do not think Google and Microsoft are going anywhere for a long time
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