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Is there any software (preferred free) which allows me to copy a DVD (Disk to Disk copy)?

I have installed Burn, but it does not seem to let me do what I need.

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You can use the built in disk utility to create and burn images.

There are several guides online about this but this one has pictures!

http://www.thinkmac.net/blog/archives/mac-tips-daily-171-copy-cd-and-dvd-discs.html

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It really depends what you are trying to do, Toast is the Daddy here but it's not free or particularly cheap.

If you are trying to copy a film, you need either Fairmount or Mac the Ripper (NB MTR is no longer developed and requires Rosetta to run on Snow Leopard) or the commercial Ripit (approx $20). You can also use handbrake for direct to device ripping.

There is also Liquid CD another free DVD programme.

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