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Old 10-17-2004, 03:47 PM   #1
eceboz
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DVD burning software


Does anyone have DVD burning software suggestions? I have K3b, but it says that it does not support video copying. I want something that will allow me to copy my DVD's....Thanks
 
Old 10-17-2004, 05:57 PM   #2
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Your question should be posted into the "software" section, anyway "vobcopy" and "transcode" are two good programs.(CLI) for dvd ripping. The problem is once you ripped your "vob" files they usually don't fit a 4,7 gb dvd. In case just create an AUDIO and VIDEO directory into your hard disk, copy vob,ifo etc... into VIDEO dir and the burn them both on a dvd, setting iso mode 1 and UDF filesys compatiblity.
Up to now I've not been able to find out a program that resize vob files to match "real dvd" features.
If you want to create a Divx or vcd a good program is "acidrip"
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