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  1.    01 Apr 2016 #11
    Join Date : Jan 2015
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    I've used Digiarty WinX software to make working copies of CDs and/or DVDs; Each version [and its child updates] have one price.
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  2.    01 Apr 2016 #12
    Join Date : Mar 2015
    Philadelphia
    Posts : 1,174
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Any burning app will handle this task, since it is not a copy-protected disc. ImgBurn, CDBurnXP, Ashampoo, BurnAware are all a few free options.
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  3.    01 Apr 2016 #13
    Join Date : May 2015
    Smyrna, TN
    Posts : 306
    Win 10 Pro 64

    I would advise to be careful if you decide on Imgburn........the new installer is very tricky and will install "OpenCandy" stuff on your system......

    Several antivirus programs will stop the install due to the OpenCandy...........there are ways to prevent the OpenCandy install......First disconnect from the internet prior to the install...

    OpenCandy exists ONLY because of the Internet and cannot do its job if the Internet is not connected; the DLLs used (placed in a "Local Settings/Temp/nsx3.tmp" folder) test for connection, and just give up if it doesn't exist. Without the Internet, the installer completes and DOES NOT INVOKE ANY MORE OPENCANDY dialogs.

    The previous version of ImgBurn 2570 did not have the silent adware installers from OpenCandy.......however you still have to be careful to uncheck the boxes to install their suggested search engines and other crap........

    You can do some searching on-line for other methods for avoiding OpenCandy but the safest bet is to just avoid ImgBurn altogether and move on to one of the many burning software's.....
    Last edited by kipper; 01 Apr 2016 at 15:41.
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  4.    08 Apr 2016 #14
    Join Date : Mar 2015
    Philadelphia
    Posts : 1,174
    Windows 10 Pro x64

    He's trying to copy the disc to a disc. There's no need for a ripper, as the disc doesn't have any copy-protection, nor is the OP trying to convert it to another format.
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  5.    09 Apr 2016 #15

    Quote Originally Posted by kipper View Post
    AnyDVD software from Slysoft is no longer..............however a few of the old employees of SlySoft have formed a new company now called "RedFox" they will be offering AnyDVDHD as subscription software......they are also offering programs from Elby Software which you will find more than capable of making a backup of your DVD........

    In no way am I suggesting you break any copyright laws!!!!!!!!

    I personally make backups of all the Kids movies I have purchased for my grand-kids and now great grand-kids so the originals are not ruined with peanut butter, candy, and juice fingerprints that all kids are known to leave on everything they touch.......LOL


    RedFox and Elby programs can be found here...........

    As mentioned above you have FREE choices for normal CD/DVD/Blu-ray burning programs...........

    I have found this one to work nicely for what burning I find the need for.....
    Hi there.

    I have loads of DVD's ripped / stored on my NAS server -- I PAID for these and I don't care what a bunch of sleazy overpaid Lawyers say -- if this is for HOME USE I doubt whether any Court on the planet would convict you for making your OWN backups --in any case this way saves having to carry around a DVD player and loads of discs when you travel too.

    I'm not getting into the "Piracy" argument -- some people will "Pirate" whatever happens - and remember for Pirating to take place somebody has to UPLOAD the stuff in the first place. Provided you don't do that I can't see what's wrong with ripping DVD's to HDD / NAS for YOUR OWN USE.

    The argument that other people can see it is totally absurd -- it's like taking a DVD home and saying you are the only one who is allowed to view it when you put it in the player in your living room. Stupid - totally --these Hollywood people should GET REAL.

    Would you buy a CAR if it said you can only fill up at Gas station XXX.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  6.    09 Apr 2016 #16
    Join Date : Jul 2014
    Serbia
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
    Hi there.

    I have loads of DVD's ripped / stored on my NAS server -- I PAID for these and I don't care what a bunch of sleazy overpaid Lawyers say -- if this is for HOME USE I doubt whether any Court on the planet would convict you for making your OWN backups --in any case this way saves having to carry around a DVD player and loads of discs when you travel too.

    I'm not getting into the "Piracy" argument -- some people will "Pirate" whatever happens - and remember for Pirating to take place somebody has to UPLOAD the stuff in the first place. Provided you don't do that I can't see what's wrong with ripping DVD's to HDD / NAS for YOUR OWN USE.

    The argument that other people can see it is totally absurd -- it's like taking a DVD home and saying you are the only one who is allowed to view it when you put it in the player in your living room. Stupid - totally --these Hollywood people should GET REAL.

    Would you buy a CAR if it said you can only fill up at Gas station XXX.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    But Hollywood is built on Not Real stuff, it's in their blood !!!
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  7.    09 Apr 2016 #17
    Join Date : Jun 2014
    Posts : 5,544
    Windows 10 Pro

    The RIAA and The MPAA has it in their mind that anyone who copies a CD or DVD is a pirate and are going to sell or share their copies. Because they have deep enough pockets we lost the right to fair use.
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  8.    10 Apr 2016 #18

    Quote Originally Posted by Winuser View Post
    The RIAA and The MPAA has it in their mind that anyone who copies a CD or DVD is a pirate and are going to sell or share their copies. Because they have deep enough pockets we lost the right to fair use.
    Hi there.

    It's Standard practice for anybody selling commercial products to state that you ARE allowed to make a backup copy for archival / recovery purposes.

    If you were to go by the MPAA rulings you could actually infer taking a Windows BACKUP was illegal since you are only allowed ONE copy per machine -- so if I have 5 (licensed) Windows machines storing 5 backups on a single NAS (which BTW isn't actually running Windows as its Host OS) then I'm either a pirate or a criminal or both.

    I really would like to see this whole B/S tested in court - and these days where a minority of machines actually have built in DVD players surely it's about time that things like Movies etc were distributed digitally as well -- actually digital distribution with DRM would be harder to break than DVD encryption anyway so why people like SLY SOFT are being hounded to death by Hollywood just shows the whole stupidity of the affair.

    BTW there's also a very nice little program if you just want the movie (plus optionally subtitles) from the DVD with zero compresstion -- MAKEMKV -- converts your DVD to mkv format - no menus just the movie plus selectably subtitles. You can then if you like use Handbrake to compress with X265 if you want a reasonably good small file -- usually 35 - 40% smaller than the original uncompressed mkv with unperceptible loss of quality. MAKEMKV does the decryption so you don't need to rip the DVD first with another program. Handbrake needs the DVD / video source to be decrypted before you can use it.

    MakeMKV - Make MKV from Blu-ray and DVD

    FREE for DVD - small fee for BLURAY HD functionality.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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