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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by Martial33, Jul 17, 2007.

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  1. Martial33

    Martial33 Thread Starter

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    Months ago I shot a wedding, edited it & delivered it.

    I kept the project on my hard drive in case they wanted duplicates made. Asked him several times if they wanted copies and warned him that out is about to delete the project.

    Now they come back to me months later and say they want copies.

    The files on a DVD are VOB and some other type that I forget. Is it possible to reverse engineer this to make copies for them?

    Can I save the DVD as an iso-image and then make copies from their?

    The final output was from DVD Studio Pro.

    What's the procedure?
     
  2. dez_666

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    You can try either PowerISO or using Nero ;)
     
  3. MysticEyes

    MysticEyes Banned

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    You have a working DVD?

    Just copy it, if Nero use 'Copy entire disc'. What burning apps do you have? You don't need ISOs to make DVDs.
     
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    As long as you have not put any type of copy protection on the DVD, ME's advice should suffice.
     
  5. Martial33

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    Great!

    thanks very much folks will try it out.
    (y)
     
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