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How to Copy Dvd's? (Without being an Expert)

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Chippy1 | 22:53 Mon 17th Mar 2008 | PC Games
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Could somebody please give me some sensible advise regarding copying and editing dvd's?

I have asked on yahoo answers but don't seem to be making any progress. People have advised me to download a whole range of programmes for eg.. ImgBurn,TotalVideo2Dvd,Nero,AVS4U,CloneDVD,CyberLink Power2Go,Windows Movie Maker,BurnAware,E.M.Easy DVD Copy,DVD Shrink 3.2 etc.. etc..

None of these programmes make any sense to me regarding Rippers/Converters/Burners etc.. As I am a computer novice.

I play in a band and have footage which is on dvd, basically I don't want to just full copy the footage, I want to copy my disks and then edit the desired material.

Question is :


1.Which is the best programme to use?

2. How do I manage it?


As someone "kindly" reminded me before that any copying of material not owned by myself is "copyright theft" and is illegal.

I jope someone can advise me.


Thanks


Martin



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Best place to read up on this stuff is here

http://www.doom9.org/

Whole host of options on there covering the progs you mention. One other I can recommend to make a DVD is Sothink DVD maker

http://www.sothinkmedia.com/movie-dvd-maker/

As to being illegal, if the footage is yours (not a commercial dvd) you have the right to do what you like with it.

BTW if your footage is on DVD how did you put it on there?

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