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Old Feb 20, 2008, 12:47 AM
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Of course, you can also use HandBrake to convert your DVDs into mp4, avi, or ogm format for storage and playback on your hard drive, or for playback on your video-supported iPod.
Here is the guide ********macdvdripper.wordpress.com/2008/01/21/how-to-rip-dvd-on-mac-with-handbrake/
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Old Feb 27, 2008, 09:22 PM
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You won't miss any fabulous DVD movies now. [U]Wondershare DVD Copy for Mac[/U] offers you the easiest way to make copies of DVD movies on Mac OS by removing DVD protection mechanisms. You can copy your DVD to either a new DVD disc or save your DVD in a folder on your Mac machine.
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Old Mar 07, 2008, 02:26 AM
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I stumbled upon a very powerful, fast yet easy to use DVD copy program specially designed for Mac OS X users. It can help to backup both encrypted and non-encrypted DVD movies to blank DVD discs so that you can have an extra copy of them.
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Old Mar 13, 2008, 09:55 PM
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You can get more useful Mac DVD ripping and video converting programs here ***********.mac-dvd-ripper.com
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Old Mar 20, 2008, 04:15 AM
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A few days ago, I wanted to make a copy of the DVD movie I have just bought on my Mac machine and I found a tool named [i]Wondershare DVD Copy for Mac[/i]. I only intended to backup my movie, but I found it could also remove DVD protections, LOL, which is great because I could make more copies of my movies. So I got lots of the movies I collected copied onto new DVD discs and removed their protection mechanisms. I would say it is a very easy and fast tool. Well worth a try!

Here is the home page of this Mac copy tool: ***********.mac-dvd-ripper.com/mac-dvd-copy.html

It only takes a few easy steps to use it:

[b]Step 1: Select DVD Source[/b]

[img]***********.mac-dvd-ripper.com/images/guide/dvd-copy-mac-sc.jpg[/img]

In the "Select Source" field, select "Select source DVD folder". Then browse your computer hard disc and select your DVD movie (either in a folder or from your DVD ROM).

[b]Step 2: Select DVD Copy Method[/b]

In the "Select DVD Copy Method" field to select a method to output the selected DVD movie:
If you want to output your DVD movie to a folder on your hard disc, you can select the "Output DVD Folder" option, and specify a directory to save the copied DVD movie.
If you want to directly burn your DVD movie to a new DVD disc, you can just select the DVD ROM where you have inserted a blank DVD disc.

[b]Step 3: Program Settings[/b] (Optional)

[img]***********.mac-dvd-ripper.com/images/guide/settings.jpg[/img]

Set Buffer Directory: Select a folder on a hard disc that has relatively big free space to store the temporary files.

Select Language: Select an interface language for the program.

[b]Step 4: Start Copying DVD[/b]

Click the Start button to start copying your DVD movie and/or burning it to a new DVD disc.

If you are copying a DVD disc from your DVD ROM to a new DVD disc, you will be asked to insert a blank DVD disc. If so, you can just take the original DVD disc out and insert a blank DVD disc.
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Old Apr 03, 2008, 02:06 AM
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Can anyone recommend several free and challenging games run on Leopard to me?

The link to them would be appreciated!

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