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Old 4 Dec 2007, 06:36 AM   #1
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In response to you closing the thread for this commen:

Chewy:
I found that link, and thats what totally confused me. But then again my friend would have an off the wall prog. like that, just his style.

"Blutach: Ill see if I can that prog. And post results.

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...i was unable to try that program, its shareware $29.99. For 1 movie i don't think so. Any other ideas welcome..."


Where's the imply? I do own this movie, I had it Backed-up a dvd-rw and when my hdd's were all full (only40Gb) I had to start moving things from hdd to dvd. This is back when everyone was helping me learn how to use dvdflick, imgburn etc. So my friend as I said before backed-up this copy so I could use the dvd-rw disc for testing encoding and burns with menus and what not. I have also said on this forum before I don't work and do not have allot of money.

SO now I had a .daa file and was wondering what to do with it. A $29.99 program doesn't seem to be reasonable for one FILE, maybe thats what I should've typed instead. I find it annoying that your not aloud one response to a thread being shut down, when there was no mention that I didnt own the dvd, or use programs for copying it. I see that allot, people wanting help with a "specific program" that helps copy dvds and were not aloud to talk about it, thats fine and I don't. I just wanted to know what can be done with a .daa file. I didn't realize when it was backed-up what format it goes to, but all that doesn't matter.
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Old 4 Dec 2007, 07:51 AM   #2
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You missed the point ...
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I had a friend back-up a movie ...
Nothing to do with paying for a program.

It was just a warning anyway.

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Old 4 Dec 2007, 08:45 AM   #3
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My point had nothing to do with paying for a program, it just so happened to be the last post on that that thread, that you flagged......So then are you saying that talking about backing up your dvd's is against the rules here? I need more definition, because see rule 6 doesn't work for me obliviously.

I guess theres no right way to ask about .daa files if its an image of a movie..........

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There's no right way to ask if its not your movie. Please see rule 6.

If you wish to back up your movie, I suggest you do so with available tools (we are allowed to discuss certain backup tools on this forum - eg DVD2One, DVD Rebuilder, Ner0 Rec0de). This will neatly sidestep the "daa problem" as you will be able to output to ISO or to DVD files.

As to friends backing up movies and giving you their files, in whatever format, that is directly against rule 6.

Might we leave it at that please?

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