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2 Backups To 1 Dvd?

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I ran a search but couldnt find an answer. I apologize if this is a duplicate.

 

I would like to back up my daughter's dvd's, 2 to a disc. Since I am using a 8.5gig dual layer disc, I would think I could get three of her 40 minute toddler discs backed up to the 1 dvd. If so, how would I go about doing this? Thanks!

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Use the Media Browser to extract the videos from the DVDs. Insert a DVD, choose DVD with the top button of the media browser and double click on what appears in the browser window. Drag the titles you want from what appears to the upper part of the Popcorn window with DVD-video selected as the format. Popcorn extracts those titles and writes them to the Roxio Converted Items folder. Eject the DVD and do the same with other DVDs. Now set up the menu the way you want. Hint: you can change the thumbnail image for the menu button by clicking on it and dragging the slider that appears). Now you're ready to burn your compiled DVD.

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Use the Media Browser to extract the videos from the DVDs. Insert a DVD, choose DVD with the top button of the media browser and double click on what appears in the browser window. Drag the titles you want from what appears to the upper part of the Popcorn window with DVD-video selected as the format. Popcorn extracts those titles and writes them to the Roxio Converted Items folder. Eject the DVD and do the same with other DVDs. Now set up the menu the way you want. Hint: you can change the thumbnail image for the menu button by clicking on it and dragging the slider that appears). Now you're ready to burn your compiled DVD.

 

Thanks tsantee. Eugene? Im in Gresham. What if I am running Mac The Ripper to extract?

 

BTW---Nice Healey. Yours?

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Thanks tsantee. Eugene? Im in Gresham. What if I am running Mac The Ripper to extract?

 

BTW---Nice Healey. Yours?

If you have a VIDEO_TS folder on your hard drive place it on the desktop and the media browser will see it the same as an inserted DVD.

 

I'm a 1966 graduate of Reynolds High School and my sister graduated from Gresham Union HS, so I'm very familiar with Gresham. I'll be visiting my brother in Wood Village this afternoon. The 1958 Healey 100-6 is mine since 1972.

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