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i'd put this in the arts and media forum, but honestly, who reads in there. i shoot video, and i want to know how to make copies of a DVD. i want to be able to burn off one master copy, so i can delete it off my hard drive, then copy that dvd if i need other copies later.
btw, im running OS X jaguar on a powerbook. any help is appreciated.
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y not just get a dvd burner
just make a ton of copies from your hard drive, won't that work?
Way to not answer his question.
Hmmm... I guess I didn't address the question either, eh? Oh well, its a post.
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make your initial copy. then when you want to copy that, put it in the super drive (assuming thats what you have) and whatever burning program your mac uses, select copy disc, it should put that disc into your temp. memory and ask you to put in a blank disc, then copy it. but that means you still need the same amount of space on your hard drive though doesnt it?
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