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After Mac the Ripper...then what

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I just downloaded Mac the Ripper. I "ripped" a movie and now have a folder on my desktop with the movie inside. (or other wierd files)

 

What do I do? How can I get them onto my own DVD?

 

Thanks

 

Kevin

OSX 10.3.9

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Try using Toast to burn the files to a DVD. Apple's Disk Utility might do it too, but I'm not sure...

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I see that Toast cost a bit more than I am willing to pay.

 

Any share/freeware options?

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I did a quick search, and I found this. It's an app called Disc Burner, and it says that it will help to burn DVDs. I'm not sure if it will help you do what you want, though. You might also want to try this, CueMaker, that also burns DVDs from files. Try them out. If that doesn't work, give a search over at MacUpdate.com and you should find plenty of freeware apps that can do what you're looking for. Hope that helps...

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How about creating a new image and then burning with Disk Utility?

 

I have done this on my sports dvd as it plays on both sides, getting scratched easily. The only problem is that it doesn't get recognized on older dvd players.

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Ok,

 

How do I create a create a new disk image?

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Do you have a dual layer burner? (8.5 GB media) If not, use 'DVD2oneX' to compress for single layer DVD.

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Do I image the folder?

 

I have a folder and inside of it I have the video TS.

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You could also use Roxio's Popcorn. It's not free but it's cheaper than Toast. It will also compress a dual layer movie ripped by Mac the Ripper into a single layer DVD version.

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I realize you are just making backups of your current DVD's. :wink:

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