Newbie Q to copy a non-protected DVD.

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by OleCG, Apr 16, 2004.

  1. OleCG

    OleCG Guest

    Hi,

    A friend of mine has one of those devices you can record something on TV
    onto a DVD. Every DVD also comes with a menu where I can go to the different
    recording.
    OK, I want to make copies of those DVD's because after sometime they get
    ruined because someone manages to scratch them up or whatever.
    When I put the DVD in my PC-DVD player, I can see all files. They are IFO,
    VOB & BUP files. All the IFO and BUP all very small, but the VOB seems to
    contain the "data".
    What are the procedures for copying such DVD ? I have an internal 8x Pioneer
    DVD -+ writer and a licensed version of Nero. I've tried to find sources on
    the net for doing this and found different sites all explaining how to RIP,
    convert etc. but believe my case should be more "straightforward".

    Thanks in advance.
    olecg
     
    OleCG, Apr 16, 2004
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  2. OleCG

    luminos Guest

    Use the Nero copy function under the DVD tab. Simple. You just need to
    copy all the files over to the new DVD (and the folders...the structure must
    remain exact).

    "OleCG" <olecg"removethis"@east.no> wrote in message
    news:1082154070.857459@gurney...
    > Hi,
    >
    > A friend of mine has one of those devices you can record something on TV
    > onto a DVD. Every DVD also comes with a menu where I can go to the

    different
    > recording.
    > OK, I want to make copies of those DVD's because after sometime they get
    > ruined because someone manages to scratch them up or whatever.
    > When I put the DVD in my PC-DVD player, I can see all files. They are IFO,
    > VOB & BUP files. All the IFO and BUP all very small, but the VOB seems to
    > contain the "data".
    > What are the procedures for copying such DVD ? I have an internal 8x

    Pioneer
    > DVD -+ writer and a licensed version of Nero. I've tried to find sources

    on
    > the net for doing this and found different sites all explaining how to

    RIP,
    > convert etc. but believe my case should be more "straightforward".
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    > olecg
    >
    >
     
    luminos, Apr 17, 2004
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  3. OleCG

    OleCG Guest

    Thanks,

    I guessed it should be pretty simple.

    olecg

    "luminos" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Use the Nero copy function under the DVD tab. Simple. You just need to
    > copy all the files over to the new DVD (and the folders...the structure

    must
    > remain exact).
    >
    > "OleCG" <olecg"removethis"@east.no> wrote in message
    > news:1082154070.857459@gurney...
    > > Hi,
    > >
    > > A friend of mine has one of those devices you can record something on TV
    > > onto a DVD. Every DVD also comes with a menu where I can go to the

    > different
    > > recording.
    > > OK, I want to make copies of those DVD's because after sometime they get
    > > ruined because someone manages to scratch them up or whatever.
    > > When I put the DVD in my PC-DVD player, I can see all files. They are

    IFO,
    > > VOB & BUP files. All the IFO and BUP all very small, but the VOB seems

    to
    > > contain the "data".
    > > What are the procedures for copying such DVD ? I have an internal 8x

    > Pioneer
    > > DVD -+ writer and a licensed version of Nero. I've tried to find sources

    > on
    > > the net for doing this and found different sites all explaining how to

    > RIP,
    > > convert etc. but believe my case should be more "straightforward".
    > >
    > > Thanks in advance.
    > > olecg
    > >
    > >

    >
    >
     
    OleCG, Apr 17, 2004
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