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I'm trying to copy a dvd to my computer, what's the best and easiest way to get that done? Please help!
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I'm trying to copy a dvd to my computer, what's the best and easiest way to get that done? Please help!
What ripping software do you have, just make a folder on your computer and rip the movie to your hdd folder.
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@ djpinn,

Welcome to the Forum.

What type of DVD?

Perchance are referring to a Commercial DVD Movie? If so Commercial DVD Movie use sophisticated copy protection schemes that are designed to prevent copying the Commercial DVD Movie, which require use of specialized software similar to AnyDVD and CloneDVD to make BackUp copies.

Suggest reviewing the below AnyDVD and CloneDVD User guides that explained how to used these software programs.

AnyDVD ->
http://www.ultimate-dvdr.com/anydvd/...ta-update.html

CloneDVD -> http://www.ultimate-dvdr.com/clonedv...ta-update.html

AnyDVD and CloneDVD software programs are available for downloading at the SlySoft Web Site ->

http://www.slysoft.com

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Re: Copy DVD to computer!

We have a video camera that is hooked up to a dvd recorder so it is a dvd we burn our selves of our events. So now i want to edit it but i have to rip it to my computer and it's not working, is there a better way?
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We have a video camera that is hooked up to a dvd recorder so it is a dvd we burn our selves of our events. So now i want to edit it but i have to rip it to my computer and it's not working, is there a better way?
You mean it will play on the computer but you cannot download it to a folder, is that what you mean?
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.....I want to edit it but i have to rip it to my computer and it's not working.....
@ djpinn,

Your above quoted statement is very vague and unspecific. Describe in detail exactly what is not working and exactly what you are attempting to do. What software program/procedures are you attempting to use?

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