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Friday, November 07, 2003
How to backup a DVD movie

1. Introduction

“How to backup a movie”


I create this simple “How to backup a movie” guide for people who want to make a backup for their movies in 6-7 simple steps.

It is for the amateur users who have recently got a DVD recorder and they don’t know how to compress a 6-7 or more GB movie in a usual blank media of 4,7GB.

In this guide we will manage to keep the movie uncut with trailer, extra features, menus, begin screens etc and the only thing that we will remove it will be the unnecessary languages (Audio) that we don’t like.

First of all you’ll have to download the programs that I am using and are necessary for starting the backup procedure.

DVD Decrypter
This software removes the disc protection and transmits the data to the Hard Disk(ripping)

With this software we can compress the movie so it can fits in a 4,7GB blank disc, while we have the opportunity to remove any language (Audio) we want in order to lower the compression and keep the quality high.

Ending you’ll need a software for the burning procedure (writing the disc), for transferring the movie into the blank disc, like Nero Burning Rom.

We split the whole project into three simple steps, one for each procedure, rip, compress and burn which you can see in the following pages.

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