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  1.    27 May 2016 #11
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    Software's like PowerDirector can burn all kinds of video files like home movies make from camcorders. Plenty of software that can go past the copyright and copy a DVD, not sure about Blu rays.
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  2.    27 May 2016 #12
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    "Plenty of software that can go past the copyright and copy a DVD, not sure about Blu rays."
    I have used DVDFab for many years. It can bypass copyright keys on Blue-rays and if it can't break a new encryption, the next update will.
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  3.    27 May 2016 #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgeek View Post
    "Plenty of software that can go past the copyright and copy a DVD, not sure about Blu rays."
    I have used DVDFab for many years. It can bypass copyright keys on Blue-rays and if it can't break a new encryption, the next update will.
    That was one software i was thinking of and could not recall the name.
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  4.    27 May 2016 #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by jds63 View Post
    That was one software i was thinking of and could not recall the name.


    I first got it before Blue-rays existed. You can also used it format aspect ratios for multiple phone devices or convert files types, almost anything related to discs with a brainless user interface. Used to rent at a Redbox machine for $1 and rip the DVD to a vob file to watch later or burn copies for 'personal use'.
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  5.    28 May 2016 #15

    Hi there

    Loads of software to RIP DVD's -- including the re-surrected AnyDVD program.
    I think the OP was wanting to CREATE a DVD ISO from mkv/mp4/other video files .

    Usually with streaming options (PLEX / Chromecast etc etc) or direct play from a PC (VLC etc) there's no need to create a DVD but if you want to physically play on a "Bog standard DVD player" that doesn't have remote / smart facilities then you still need to create a DVD.

    That's why I suggested the DeVeDe program. This will also add subtitles and menus / chapters to a physical DVD you create from the MKV / other video format files.

    If the OP just wanted to RIP a DVD then as I said - zillions of programs out there - even for Blu Ray --although I think there's a bit of a problem with new Ultra HD (4K) rips -- some 4K netview rips are available from "Alternative sources" - you'll have to search for those yourself (Forum Rules on torrent etc links).

    Here's the Linux GUI for the DeVeDe program (same for Windows) -- You don't need to create a Physical ISO -- it will create an HDD ISO too --you can burn that later to a physical DVD. Sometimes it's actually quite good to create an HDD ISO then you've got chapters and menus from say downloaded Rips etc.

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    I've actually started using this program again a bit more --I make some DVD's for my Grandma - I add Icelandic subtitles at times (she probably speaks better English than 99% of people in London these days !!! -- it's just a lot of the modern movies and TV series have appalling - and often fairly inaudible sound mix for dialog compared with effects -- Interstellar (graet movie though BTW) was one and that TV series Scandal (didn't realize English could be spoken so quickly !!!!) is another --and I have decent Ears and audio equipment --so does my Grandma. !!!!!!

    Cheers
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  6.    28 May 2016 #16
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    Full version of DVDFab will also convert mkv to DVD with pretty simple interface -
    How to convert MKV video to DVD?
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  7.    28 May 2016 #17

    Quote Originally Posted by mrgeek View Post
    Full version of DVDFab will also convert mkv to DVD with pretty simple interface -
    How to convert MKV video to DVD?
    Hi there


    @mrgeek .

    It's also OK but won't add loads of different Audio tracks and subtitles. Chapterisation is also a bit of a problem too with this program.

    Like all these things --there's usually several (equally good) suggestions --depends exactly on what you want the program to do.
    DeVeDE is Free while Dvdfab isn't --could be another decision on which way to go.

    Cheers
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  8.    28 May 2016 #18
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    Good points for novices to consider.
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  9.    28 May 2016 #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgeek View Post

    Used to rent at a Redbox machine for $1 and rip the DVD to a vob file to watch later or burn copies for 'personal use'.
    You do realize this is illegal to do. I don't understand why we're allowed to talk about illegally copying DVDs.
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  10.    28 May 2016 #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrgeek View Post
    Full version of DVDFab will also convert mkv to DVD with pretty simple interface -
    How to convert MKV video to DVD?
    ConvertXtoDVD I mentioned does this and you do not loose any audio, dolby digital 5.1 and DTS.
    I am basically talking about converting and burning any Video files to be played on most players.
    I know what you mean WinUser.
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