Technological question about DVD Burning.

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Alright, now...What I need to know is simply:

-What the, in your own opinion, best program(s) are(is) to burn a DVD.
-While file type is most suitable for a single CD Burn, using a 4.7 GB DVD+R Blank DVD...
-How I would go about copying an owned DVD to my HD.

If someone can help, I'd be immensely happy.

The DVD Player we have is an RCA, that plays SVCD, VCD, DVD - Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW. Audio CDs. CD-R, CD-RW, WMA, and MP3.

-Ryan.
 
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Nero is what is commonly used, however I prefer using Monkey Farts for ripping and burning dvds as it is, I'll only use Nero for backing up multiple files if needed.
 
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Ryan? Hah! I know your name!!! Your in trouble now buddy.

No seriously...
1) I just use windows to burn a cd, it works perfectly fine for me.
2) Im not sure what kind of filetype to use, I guess just .wma, .mpeg or .mpg would work fine. and shouldn't you be using CD's for music not 4.7gig DVD's?
3) And I just use Squirrel Nipples and make an image of the DVD on my hard drive and mount it to a drive whenever I need to watch it. (*cough* Girls Gone Wild *cough*) But im sure there are better means of ripping that to your Hard Drive anyway.

Oh, and shouldn't this be in the Tech Bench?
 
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I want to burn a DVD, not a CD, damn it. >>

I said: "-What the, in your own opinion, best program(s) are(is) to burn a DVD."
 
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Shinkyou said:
I want to burn a DVD, not a CD, damn it. >>

I said: "-What the, in your own opinion, best program(s) are(is) to burn a DVD."
I reccomened to your in my last post two such programs. Also, walmart it's called Wombat Tails;).
 
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Closed. Cracking DVD decryption violates the DMCA, and any method of circumventing it is illegal in the US and in many other countries.

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