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Backing up DVDs and Bluray

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Hi,

 

I'm looking to backup a few of my TV shows and movies, a quick google search, provided some options, but I was wondering if anyone in here has any experience with this. Thanks!

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Hi,

 

I'm looking to backup a few of my TV shows and movies, a quick google search, provided some options, but I was wondering if anyone in here has any experience with this. Thanks!

 

Are you trying to backup shows to dvd/br or rip dvd/dr to a hd?  If it is the latter than nothing is better than using handbrake.

 

http://handbrake.fr/

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if you're ripping from dvd/br then you'll probably need a program to disable the security on the disk

 

there really aren't any good free ways to do this so i recommend AnyDVD from slysoft

after that I also recommend handbrake for encoding the videos

 

but if you're just looking to backup to dvd/br then you can use any cd burner app such as imgburn

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if you're ripping from dvd/br then you'll probably need a program to disable the security on the disk

 

there really aren't any good free ways to do this so i recommend AnyDVD from slysoft

after that I also recommend handbrake for encoding the videos

 

but if you're just looking to backup to dvd/br then you can use any cd burner app such as imgburn

 

Forgot about having to remove the security checks.  But doesn't having vlc on your computer negate that requirement?

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Forgot about having to remove the security checks.  But doesn't having vlc on your computer negate that requirement?

not that i'm aware. if anything vlc just has a cert so it can play the disks. that doesn't help other applications though

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