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  1. Member
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    I recently switched to Mac, and bought a macbook pro.

    On my PC, I used to backup my DVD's to DVDR's using Anydvd and CloneDVD.

    I'd love to start doing this on my mac now. I was reading through tons of threads, but wasn't impressed with the search results.

    Any suggestions? I have DVD2One and Roxio Popcorn, just haven't tried them yet as I'm out of DVD's.
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    those are for shrinking & burning
    for getting the files offa the optical disc use mac the ripper
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    Or just install Vista...it works perfect!
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    Try the VMWare Fusion Beta or Parallels Workstation as well.
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