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    DVD backups

    i,ve heard that it is possible to change dvd to another format which you can copy to a normal 80min disc and still excellent quality, has anyone heard, or no of this

    thanx

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    the only way i know is to crack the dvd and change it to an avi file that a computer can only see.but thats illegal

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    If you want to know what's what, then buy the 2002 February issue of PC Utilities Magazine (UK), they give you a step by step How To on Copying DVD's to CD-ROM. http://www.pc-utilities.co.uk is the magazines website.

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    More information at http://www.vcdhelp.com/


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