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How do I back up my DVD's to dvd-r from macbook?

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I recently got 10 DVD's stolen from me, so I figured now would be a good time to buy some blank DVD discs and back-up the DVD's I have left.

So how do you do it?

do you have to use handbrake and rip it and then do something from there or what?

thanks in advance guys.
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Originally Posted by mister_volcom88

I recently got 10 DVD's stolen from me, so I figured now would be a good time to buy some blank DVD discs and back-up the DVD's I have left.

So how do you do it?

do you have to use handbrake and rip it and then do something from there or what?

thanks in advance guys.

You use something like mac-the-ripper, and extract it to your hard drive. then you write the video_ts folder to a udf dvd-r (dual layer).. of course you can use other software such as dvd2onex to recompress the video_ts folder to the size of a single layer disc...
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www.ripdifferent.com

My workflow: Rip with MacTheRipper and then compress/burn with Popcorn.
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