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Benjette

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I'm not really sure if you guys help out with Mac users, but just for the record, I am a PC fan myself, but I needed an iMac more (I'm a film student at NYU). :tazz:

I got a new iMac with a SuperDrive, and I want to be able to copy entire DVDs (with the menus and extras and stuff). The problem is that I can't find any software that will do this. I had no trouble with finding software for my PC, but it seems like there aren't any. Or rather, there are a lot, but NONE of them seem to be able to copy copy-protected DVDs. I'd like to be able to do this. (DVD Shrink spoiled me, I guess.)

So basically, I want a program for Mac OS X 10.4 that can overwrite copy-protection and burn the entire DVD onto a 4.7GB disc, not just the main movie. I might be willing to pay for it if it's not over-the-top expensive.

Any tips?

Edited by Benjette, 26 September 2005 - 06:38 PM.

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this thread will probably be closed for -pirating- info

but either way you're probably out of luck - people wouldnt let you download something that sophisticated for free - lest alone even built for a mac Operating systems
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actually have you tried to do that with iMovie? - import the movie to imovie and then try saving everything to a DVD with everything you want
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