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Copying created DVD's



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Sorry, I posted this in the wrong place. I'm using Roxio Easy vhs to dvd software. I don't have Roxio Creator.

There is no provision to Copy in the V2D software…


However, you ‘import’ a DVD by using the Add Movie command in MyDVD (and VideoWave) then burn a new one selecting multiple copies if you like at that time…


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Thanks for the advice. I am trying to do this. It requires that I save it as an ISO file to my computer. I do this but it isn't copying the whole movie with menus. It stops after encoding movie 1 of 8 and it never encodes the menus.

No, it does not…


You do have to have a DVD Movie disc or the VIDEO_TS Folder from one on your HDD.


The ISO is another way to get around the lack of Copy in V2D but requires a 3rd party program to read and/or burn the ISO…


I was trying to keep this simple by offering a way to do it that stayed within the features of the Suite.


Yes the Menus are lost but if you know how many copies you want, you just keep repeating the burning.

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