Do a google search for this" 0SEx 0.0110a1"<br>this one ripps the info from the DVD.<br>then use a programme called DVD2oneX<br>this will allow you to choose which chapters you wish to "borrow" & which sound stream you wish to use.<br>save them accordingly.<br><br>This system is mainly used to copy a DVD and put just the movie onto one blank DVD, not enough room for subtitles extra scenes and menus, out takes etc all omitted.<br><br>
If I'm not mistaken, you can also use DVDBackup to rip the DVD to your HD instead of that '0SEx 0.0110a1' program you listed...<br><br>Of course, in order to burn it to a DVD, you will need Toast. At least, that's the way I found to be easiest. NTO1 over in MCF is having a much more difficult time with this whole process in trying to use Apple's disk utility...<br><br>[color:red]You slap my back, I'll slap yours!</font color=red>
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