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I have old home movies I have converted to dvd's. This process takes alot of time to make each copy, and I am looking for a way to make copies of these dvd's on my laptop. Is there a way to do it? I have a newer laptop(acer) with a dvd burner. I guess I need to copy this dvd I just made to my computer, and then burn it to make copies? Is this possible?
I dont know if this is where to ask this question, and any info would be greatly appreciated
thank you for your time
To convert dvd to computer, you should get dvd ripper which ripping any DVD clip, selecting target subtitle and audio track, ripping long movie , cropping DVD video, captures a particular sceen from DVD when preview and rips dvd with s few clicks.
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Posted on Dec 25, 2008
Yes, this is how you do it, you just instruct the dvd burner program to 'copy disk' and it will make a temp image on your hard drive, ask for another blank dvd and burn the copy for you. Its not labor intensive but does take time to babysit and label the copies. I use a sharpie initially and later use the label maker to make a decent label.
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