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DVD Burn Software Question

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by TheFlash24, Dec 28, 2007.

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  1. TheFlash24

    TheFlash24 Thread Starter

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    I have some old DVD's that i want to RIP on my computer and burn on to a blank DVD. I tried NERO but had no luck. Does anyone have any software suggestions i could try?
     
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    Are they commercially made DVDs or something that you authored and burned yourself?
     
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    They are DVD's that i bought at the store. They are olders ones that have seen better days and i just want to copy them to make them new again.
     
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    cwwozniak Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

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    Sorry, but we are not able to help you with copying commercial DVDs that probably include copy protection. From TSG's rules:

    Circumventing Copy Protection - While we believe it's reasonable to make backup copies of CDs and DVDs that you own, a lot of people break copy protection for the wrong reasons. The law is still vague, at best, as to if it is legal to break copy protection in order to make such a backup, even for personal use. (The DMCA, for example, seems to make it illegal.) As a result, we do not allow discussion of how to break copy protection at this time. If we can find a nice way to draw the line, we may reconsider this in the future as laws get sorted out.​
     
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