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    DVD Copying Software

    Anyone know of a good program I can use to make copies of DVDs (the kind with movies and TV shows on them, not the kind with data on them).

    Back in the XP days, I had Pinnacle (or something like that), but it's been a very long time.

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    A few years back I bought this one: http://www.dvd-cloner.com/

    Haven't used it in a long while, but it was pretty good.
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    I've had good results with DVD Shrink in the past but haven't used it for a long while.
    http://www.dvdshrink.org/

    Jerry

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    Thanks. I'll look into both of them tonight when I get home.

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    Manufacturers were putting in some "stuff" to foil DVDDecrypter and others here and there for a while but they seem to have stopped doing that now, haven't run across one like that for a couple years now and even then one could still switch to ISO mode (instead of IFO or File mode if they both failed) and still get a copy, protected though it remained.
    The neatest trick I ever saw was to mix up one or more segments (scenes) and then list each as a separate programme. So there were dozens of the same programme listed on one DVD...your mission, should you accept it, is to find the correct one!

    It must have cost extra or caused playback problems to do that sort of mastering though because it never was very prevalent at all.

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    I have been using http://cdburnerxp.se/download for years now.
    Generally start by putting an .iso on HDD then make a copy from there and Archive the .iso
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