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Old August 6th, 2004, 03:14 PM   #1
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Making DVD copies from a DVD

I am on a mac and have DVDSP 1.5. I want to make a copy of a DVD. More so I want to combine a few short DVD's onto one. Will DVDSP allow me to do this? If so, I cannot figure it out. I have heard toast will allow me to make copies by simply dragging the icon into the toast window...I do not have toast now. Will toast allow me to combine several discs to one? If so what version do I need, and is there a free or inexpensive version available? Can I use my disc burn feature in Mac OSX to do this? The simplist solution is what I am looking for here. Any suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!
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Old August 11th, 2005, 11:58 PM   #2
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Get Toast on Limewire. You can use Toast to combine your DVD projects.
Step1. Create a folder and name it WHATEVER_DVD.
Step2. Open Toast. Select the "DATA" tab.
Step3. Click on the DVDROM option on the left column.
Step4. Drag the WHATEVER_DVD (captalized) to the window.
Step5. Drag the .VOB files to the newly-created folder
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