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    Is Nero a good choice for burning DVD copies, or what is the best choice?
    Are there any that bypass copy protection, like CloneCD does for CD's with the bit-for-bit cloning?

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    What, like no one here burns DVD's...

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    Nero is a great multi purpose tool. I had no probs with it until yesterday, it was burning DVDs in 13 mins for 4.7gb, now it will only burn at 1x thats 40mins for the same disk, same brand same pack.

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    Originally posted by InverseKinetix@26 October 2003 - 09:01
    Nero is a great multi purpose tool. I had no probs with it until yesterday, it was burning DVDs in 13 mins for 4.7gb, now it will only burn at 1x thats 40mins for the same disk, same brand same pack.
    Weird... So it works well for bypassing copy protection and everything, aside from the problem your having?

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    Mate clonedvd will doit as well.Also anydvd for the protection.They're both by the same ppl as clonecd.If the dvds to large you can reduce the size too.

    Or dvddecrypter.Its easy if the size is ok..you can just make an iso & burn.If not you have to strip it manual.To be honest mate there loads of progs.

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