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Easiest way to rip this dvd..?


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MR0624

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It's a slideshow that was made for me in the form of a dvd (it also has portions of video). When I use dvd decrypter to see what files are on it, it's a bunch of .bup's, .vob's, and .ifo's. Every time I try to copy them onto a blank disc, it says an error has occured would I like to retry or skip (for all the files).

Then, I tried using camtasia studio to watch the video in media player and just use that screen capture software to record it there. There was no picture when I looked back at the recording, so I tried disabling hardware acceleration but still no picture showed up on the recordings, only sound.

Anyone know of any free software that will let me copy this dvd, or any screen capture software that can record 10 minutes of windows-media content? I'm running out of ideas =[
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you can try a program named DVD Santa. I use that to burn movies etc onto DVD.
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Make an ISO image of the CD using a program like powerISO or Alcohol 120%

Then burn the image on a blank CD and you should have an exact duplicate.
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