Already exist DVD burners (Not DVD-Ram, but real DVD burners!), but they're quite expensive and hard to find... anyway, if you wanna make "backup" copies of "your" DVDs, it's not useful making them with a DVD burner, as a TDK empty DVD costs about 65 â‚¬ (about 70 $) and with this money you can simply buy an original DVD (it's even less the cost of the original ones)...
///Remember also that like for CDs, these DVDs are in DVD-R standard, and different from the known DVD standard, even if they can easily been read by every DVD reader.
Everybody hopes for the possibility to burn DVDs, but until DVD-Recorders will be available, we won't be able to make backup copies: we can do them just with DVD-Ram recorders, available from Pioneer, Panasonic, Hitachi and another manufacturer too (I'm sorry but I can't remember its name now).
There's another problem too: still there isn't a definitive standard for DVD: there's DVD-R, DVD-Ram (from Pioneer, Panasonic, etc), DVD-RW (from Sony, Philips and others) and even more standards, but noone can be defined the "true" one.... I do think that we have to wait at least 1/2 years for being able to buy a DVD Recorder.
Anyway, if you already have a DVD-Ram recorder, I can email you the keys to decrypt DVD Movies (they are encrypted and can't be backupped) and burn them.
I suppose you could split the movies on more than one CD or compress them untill you take a 650Mb Lower-Quality movie...
Bye and thank you to CD-Freaks Crew for everything they're doing.
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