How to Burn DVDs Using IFOedit?

Answer Burning DVDs (Geek-speak for taking a movie from your PC's hard-drive and making a copy onto a DVD+R) is good for making a backup of your movie that can be watched on any DVD player.

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How to Rip and Burn DVDs and Make Backup Using MacTheRipper?

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