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Old 05-04-04, 07:20 PM
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Copying a DVD

I created a DVD using "Click To DVD." After it was done burning it asked me if I wanted to make another copy. At the time I didn't so I clicked "No." I know want to make another copy, but I can't figure out how to do this. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Old 05-04-04, 07:31 PM
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What are you using to copy the DVD and what kind of DVD are you copying?
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Old 05-04-04, 07:36 PM
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I am trying to copy a DVD R and I'm trying to use "Click To DVD" to copy it.
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Originally posted by Sniperz25
... I'm trying to use "Click To DVD" to copy it.

Sounds like you just need to click. Then, DVD. Try clicking.
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Old 05-04-04, 08:00 PM
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Is that a data DVD R?

Do you know that name of the program you're using?
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It's for data and video
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Old 05-04-04, 08:02 PM
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Then I'd try what stevevt said.
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Old 05-04-04, 09:40 PM
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Nobody knows how to do this???
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Old 05-04-04, 09:49 PM
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Since you refuse to tell us the program you're using we can't.
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Old 05-04-04, 10:30 PM
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He did say what program he's using.

Originally posted by Sniperz25
I'm trying to use "Click To DVD" to copy it.
http://www.vaio.net/sonyvaio648.html

Just taking a quick look at the program's listed features, Sniperz, it looks like the program is a DVD authoring and burning program, but does not have any DVD Copying functions. So to answer your question, it doesn't look like you can copy a DVD with Click to DVD.

It looks like you'll want to use a program which has disc copying functions, in which case your best bets are Nero or Easy Media Creator

Either that or go back to the project files you created with Click to DVD and try to burn it again. But you can't take the DVD you already burned and use it to make another copy with Click to DVD.

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Old 05-04-04, 10:35 PM
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Oh, that's the name of the program? I thought it was the name of a button in the program.
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Old 05-04-04, 10:57 PM
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Speaking of making DVD copies....

How easy is it to copy DVD movie to a hard drive? I'm truely not trying to make copies, just trying to get a little more battery life by not running the DVD player. Or would running a movie off a HD use just as much power?
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Old 05-04-04, 11:10 PM
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Oh, that's the name of the program? I thought it was the name of a button in the program.
Yeah, I read it a couple times too before wondering if maybe that was the name of the program. After that, Google pointed the way.

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Speaking of making DVD copies....

How easy is it to copy DVD movie to a hard drive? I'm truely not trying to make copies, just trying to get a little more battery life by not running the DVD player. Or would running a movie off a HD use just as much power?
Well, that answer would involve a discussion about bypassing CSS encryption on commercial DVD's, which is a violation of the law. So sorry, can't discuss it.
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Originally posted by Sdallnct
Speaking of making DVD copies....

How easy is it to copy DVD movie to a hard drive? I'm truely not trying to make copies, just trying to get a little more battery life by not running the DVD player. Or would running a movie off a HD use just as much power?
Ix-nay on the ipping-ray alk-tay.
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Old 05-05-04, 09:40 AM
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Originally posted by Sdallnct
Speaking of making DVD copies....

How easy is it to copy DVD movie to a hard drive? I'm truely not trying to make copies, just trying to get a little more battery life by not running the DVD player. Or would running a movie off a HD use just as much power?
It doesn't matter if you need a copy for the Pope. We don't discuss copying movies here.
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