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293 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Aug 15, 2005 12:34 PM by Hui Cheng
Here's an Apple KB document which describes how to copy a DVD that was previously burned DVD-R video discs: How to copy previously-burned DVD-R video discs. It should give you what you need to know. Once the disk image is created burn it to disk with Disk Utility.
Hope this has been of some help. Good luck.
This does not help at all!!!!!!!!!!
I understand this, but when i do it the disc does not work, and it does not work because iam choosing DVD/CD Master but if i choose Compressed(.dmg) it does work, so i'm wondering why they say this when its backwards?
You're right. Using the compressed image format works for me also so just use the compressed image format. If it works that's all that counts. When iDVD burns to disc image it creates a dmg file. So, if it walks like a duck, .....
And another thing, when i choose .cdr(dvd/cd master) it ask me for a password? why? and what does this password do? does it make it protected? Please help?
Did you selelet the Encryption to AES-128 by mistake on the dialog window? it should be "none". No wonder it does not play on your home DVD player if the DVD is encrypted.
NO SIR! (coming from 7 years attending a military school) hehehe
I did not choose the aes-128, i selected none, the password was the same password that you put into your computer. Thats what i had to put in.
Any ideas people?
Good advice, i'm sticking with .dmg I'm going to make sure i use a 1x or 2x when burning my master copy, i was using a 4x apple media, that might be another problem since i've learned when burning at 1x it does work better, too bad IDVD won't let you choose what speed to burn at.