How to copy a dvd

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  1. HubPages profile imageSTAFF
    HubPagesposted 9 years ago

    How to copy a dvd

  2. bobyjaya26 profile image54
    bobyjaya26posted 9 years ago

    You can use the easy way from the computer you are using Nero software, or etc which to copy your dvd

  3. Thomas A Creamer profile image57
    Thomas A Creamerposted 9 years ago

    first you have to load this program on your computer                    DVD Shrink 3.2.0.15

    After you do that, you can then copy the DVD to your computer.

    Then you can use this program to burn the ISO image to the disk and then the movie.

    Ashampoo Burning Studio Free 6.76 

    Then finalize it and pop it out of ure computer, into your player and hit play.

  4. thranax profile image45
    thranaxposted 9 years ago

    You get a brand new Dvd movie, most likely an Anime or Television show series and don’t want to lose or break the real copy of the disk. Cyclic Redundancy Check Error. Copy of any Dvd, this is how it is done simple and easy... read more

  5. profile image43
    Doug4006posted 8 years ago

    Go to intenet type in "DVD43". this is a free download that copies dvd's...But it does not work for 64 bit systems {yet}..

  6. profile image51
    shell20110309posted 6 years ago

    1 Put the movie you want to copy in the DVD drive of your computer. Open up the contents of the DVD using a file explorer, such as Windows Explorer, and copy the VIDEO_TS folder to a location on your hard drive..
    2 Download and run Free DVD (the free version, not the Platinum). It’s only 44KB, and doesn’t require any installation.
    3 In Free DVD, select the VIDEO_TS folder you copied to your hard drive in the first step. You’ll receive a prompt notifying you of the restrictions that will be removed.
    4 You probably won’t need to adjust any of the settings, but go ahead and do so if it’s needed. Then press the Free DVD! button to remove all copy restrictions from the movie.
    5 Then if you want to put this video on a DVD you can use DVD Shrink. This program will also remove copy protections, but it is well over a year old and you’ll probably run into some DVD’s that it doesn’t work with. If you use Free DVD first then all of your issues should be solved. The great thing about DVD Shrink is that it will also cut down the size of the video so that it will fit on a normal DVD instead of needing a dual-layer disc
    maybe you should have a try about cloneDVD.CloneDVD is the world best and easiest-to-use DVD copy software to copy/burn/rip/encrypt any DVD movies by removing all existing DVD protections automatically.

 
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