DVD Software ???

nj17

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What programs do you all use to copy DVD's and remove copyright?
What programs do you all use to burn film files on to a blank DVD?
 
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TomDWC

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DVD Shrink to break the copyright and burn a copy to the hard drive.

It's discontinued now, but still works fine with most DVDs.

It can be a pain to find for free, as it should be (it's freeware) and many places try to charge you for it.

I happen to have the installer file, so I've temporarily put it on my web site for you to download - http://www.tomdwc.com/

Click downloads from the homepage then enter -

Username: customer
Password: 08051992

Apart from the password I've disabled my usual security settings on the site so it should download fine.

if you want it, there it is. I'll leave it up for a few days.

As for DVD creation software, Burnaware Free Edition is more than enough for most people, and is also freeware.

It's available for download from mob3 - http://www.mob3.co.uk/burnaware_free.exe

That's the programs I use and I highly recommend them.
 
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Why do you have Security for your downloads?

And cheers downloaded like a treat.
 
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TomDWC

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Why do you have Security for your downloads?
Usually the download section is so customers can download the template they've paid for, so I have to keep it secure.

It would have been a hassle to remove the coding just for one download.

And glad it worked.  :relaxed:
 
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Tom D W C link said:
Why do you have Security for your downloads?
Usually the download section is so customers can download the template they've paid for, so I have to keep it secure.

It would have been a hassle to remove the coding just for one download.

And glad it worked.  :relaxed:
Ahh right ok.
 
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You can always make separate partition install XP on that then move the rest of the formatted partition to
XP.