Copy Entire DVD to Mac Pro?

SpaceKitty

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I am looking for free software if possible that can cope the entire DVD to my Mac Pro. I want the entire DVD, menus and all to be copied. These are my own DVDs, I just prefer to have the DVD on my computer rather than having to switch DVDs.

Thanks for the suggestions!
 

SpaceKitty

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Handbrake will only rip the video and audio from a DVD. I want to copy the entire DVD, menus and all to my Mac.

iDVD burns DVDs from videos that you have.
 

memebag

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You can't just copy the DVD to a hard drive? Windows lets you do that. You get all of the VOBs and such, and any media player that handles DVDs can play it back.
 

SpaceKitty

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I am a dork. I didn't realize it was that easy! :eek: I'll just quietly walk way over here to this cliff....

Ok wait. I get a message stating that I don't have permission to perform this task when I try to copy it.
 

jef

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Ok wait. I get a message stating that I don't have permission to perform this task when I try to copy it.

HOORAY DRM!!

Anyhow, not trying to be a jerk, but curious why do you need the menus?
 

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If you don't have permission, then you'll have to give up or defeat the copy protection scheme. If I told you how to do that, I would be in violation of the DMCA and subject to prosecution. So you're on your own now.
 

SpaceKitty

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Thanks all. I'm downloading Toast now. It says it copys any CD or DVD. I just hate having CDs or DVDs and prefer to have everything on my computer. I'm not worried about disk space, I have two 1TB drives and two 1.5TB drives in my Mac Pro.
 

SpaceKitty

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Clone DVD is doing what I want. I have to use my Windows laptop but it works and has a 14 day trial. Enough time to copy all the DVDs I own.
 

Tristan

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Couldn't you just use MacTheRipper? I used that back in the day when I was ripping my DVD's. Not sure if it's still around as the website was down when I just attempted to go there a few minutes ago. But the Google Cache was for Feb 22nd 2009 so I would assume it's still around.