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    I'm thinking of buying a dvd burner and I would like to know if you can make an exact copy of a dvd with menus, special features, subtitles etc... and if you can how long would it take from start to finish if I have a dvd rom and a dvd burner. Basically can I copy a DVD "on the fly" like an audio cd or is it more complex.


    Thanks in advance for any replies

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    there is a program called DVDXCOPY which will do this for you

    details are in the link
    CLICK HERE!


    it normally takes around 1hour to copy disc to disc with this program and does include a menus function.


    you may be able to download this software from kazaa or BT but you can also buy it from the link i posted above.
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    thanks for the quick response

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    Originally posted by jettazz@20 March 2004 - 22:27
    thanks for the quick response
    no problem
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    a whole hour? what kinda dvd burner do u have?
    use dvd decryptor to rip the the dvd, u'll probs find ya gonna need to compress the thing to fit on a dvdr 5
    but tis pretty easy

    apps i use

    dvd decryptor - ripping
    dvd shrink - to compress and cut bits out
    nero - to burn to disc

    u may wanna thow in a couple more if ya wanna convert to avi or dix,
    this kinda conversion occurs after u have used dvdshrink
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    Originally posted by bilko@22 March 2004 - 12:52
    a whole hour? what kinda dvd burner do u have?
    use dvd decryptor to rip the the dvd, u&#39;ll probs find ya gonna need to compress the thing to fit on a dvdr 5
    but tis pretty easy

    apps i use

    dvd decryptor - ripping
    dvd shrink - to compress and cut bits out
    nero - to burn to disc

    u may wanna thow in a couple more if ya wanna convert to avi or dix,
    this kinda conversion occurs after u have used dvdshrink
    yeh 3 sepearate thing is that really easier ?


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    could also grab yaself a copy of cloneDVD .. popular, so seeded well with Bit Torrent, if its free, always worth a try. B)

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    xcopy is a big arsed slow to load, heavy ram program.

    dvdshrink with nero 6 combined, is every bit as good, doesnt hog ram, and i can do a whole dvd to dvdr in 45 minutes flat

    both programs are good and produce the same output

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