I agree dvd shrink is first class free and easy For burning i use deepburner which is also free and for printing covers i use coverxp and yes that's free too the covers can be obtained from cdcoversCpl_ripper said:You'll need some software like DVD Shrink This will remove any encryption, and enable you to read the disk and get rid of features you might not need for DVDs on ops like Menus and such. You also need a good bit of burning software, the daddy is Nero 6
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Really don't worry about any copywrite issues. If its your Disk you can do what the hell you like with it. Its when you start giving/lending/selling the disk content. Thats when the "feds" get a bit of a sad on
Humphrey_De_Tiluel said:slightly off topic -
Anyone give me a pointer to a site that explains all there is to know about copying DVDs?
I'm not after mass production stuff, just copying the genuine copy of a load of DVD's to take on ops and not care if they get scratched/melt/OP PLUNDERed. I understood that it is within the spirit of the copyright agreements to make a copy for your own use and keep the original as a master - not that I'm that concerned about the fraud squad coming to get me for a hooky opy of a bridge too far...
thanks in advance,