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I have a DVD that i want to burn. What is a program that is simple to use and is free and not a trial that i can use to copy my dvd. I dont have any files on the computer. I just have a DVD that I want to directly copy.
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Is it a data or video dvd

We are unable to help with anything related to a copy protected dvd
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It is a video DVD. I own it, I just want to make a back up. Don'y worry, I am not doing anything illegal :whistling:
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Could you let me know how you get on with this please (haven't used it so the feedback will be appreciated)

http://www.dvdflick.net/index.php
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I couldn't really use it, because i don't have any programs to take my DVDs content and put them onto my computer in a supported format. What program could i use to rip the DVD into like a MPEG or AVI format or something like that?
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If you load the DVD, click start, my computer, right click the drive with the DVD, click explore

Click edit, select all, click copy

Copy to a folder you create, then you should only need to burn those files
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It doesn't work. The DVD has Power DVD files, IFO, and BUP type files, which aren't supported by DVD Flick.
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Download the trial of Nero, it will copy without watermarks etc

http://www.filehippo...nero_7_premium/

Is it just for this disc?
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Actually I have a lot more DVDs around 40-50? They aren't all English movies. Some of them are Hindi movies that my parents bought and want another copy of.
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Nero will work without restrictions for a month

It won't copy anything with copy protection

Freeware DVD authoring programmes are not easy to find
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Okay, thanks for all your help :whistling:
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