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Old 16 Oct 2002, 07:05 PM   #1
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Wink Trivial question: what about a CloneDVD


I'm wondering why doesn't exist a "cloneDVD" program. At least for DVD-5 sources that go into a DVD-R.
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All of the DVD "ripper" programs (such as DVDDecrypter) have facilities for "ripping" entire DVDs. All that's left to do after such a rip is to burn a "clone" DVD...
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Ok, but why should it rip the DVD ? Why doesn't it make a 1:1 copy ? Pits by pits.... including CSS key, wobbling track, MKB and other stuff ?? A perfet identical copy.
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Because if the CSS COPY protection is NOT removed, the resultant copy will not play...
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