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
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Re: dvd copying and burning....
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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Great question the issue can be with your Internet provider and their speed allotment for your end from their end. Or the burner is an old one with not much speed with it. It has to be at 7200 RPM and able to burn at 24 or higher per second on a burn actually the slower the better because it will stop a lot of glitching with a slower burn and not miss anything in between because the slower the less CPU Speed it will use up.
To just make a copy of a DVD or CD I personally use XPBurner Pro free version. Click Here to download the free version. Full download! This is just an alternative. When I convert avi movies to play in a regular DVD movie player I personally use WinAvi 8.0 this is a quick software conversion and burning process about 10-15 minutes to convert and burn movies from off the Internet. Just a suggestion. Click Here to download this link for the software.
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Whether the movies would play or not depends on the format in which it was copied to the DVD. It is good for you to know that DVDs have their specific format that they work with. Burning a media file onto a DVD disc without regarding the format would render it unable to play on any DVD player. This may be the cause of your problem. You have to take it someone who is a professional in this field and ask him to help you re-convert or dub them into the DVD disc. Hope this was helpful?
I like burning tivo to DVD with windows DVD maker. I use Pavtube for coverting TiVo videos .It works very well and I haven't really had any problems.Conversion speed seems fine and the videos look good. I saw Pavtube mentioned in the TiVo forums as a good way to convert for the iPad so I decided to try it. It's much better than TiVo's converter. http://www.pavtube.com/guide/copy-tivo-to-dvd.html
Purchase Tunebite software. You may also download it, but will onlyreceive the first thirty seconds of video as a trial. Completeinstallation wizard, which can take several minutes.
Launch Tunebite software and click on the "Add" button. This process will allow you to load your iPod video library into Tunebite.
Click on "Convert Files" tab and place cursor over "Convert File to"drop down bar. Select WMV7 (1024kbps). Select "Start" to beginconversion process. The Digital Rights Management copyright is nowsuccessfully removed.
Download Aimersoft DVD Creator. Run and launch software. Simply click "Load Video" and drag videos onto storyboard.
Click "Burn". Select the "To DVD" option and adjust settings to NTSCfor television viewing. Insert a blank DVD-R/RW disc into DVDrecordable drive and record.
A CD has less than a quarter of the data capacity of a dvd and so a video CD is only suitable for short films unless the movie is converted into another format; Ogg or Mp4 for instance. In such a format a CD will hold a movie but often the quality is poor and disappointing.
The movies that u are burning are being copied to your computer, even in a compressed format that will take up space. Are u loosing h/d space. Are u using a copy program that uses the h/d as a temperary storage?