Description: Mac users can use Riptoo DVD Copy for Mac to backup DVD easily and fast. Riptoo DVD Copy for Mac can 1:1 copy DVD-5 or DVD-9 to another DVD or compress DVD-9 to DVD-5, enable to clone and burn your files and videos on DVD just with a few clicks. This professional Mac DVD copy software can keep all the features of original DVDs, such as video/audio quality without any loss. It’s the best DVD backup software for you.
Copy DVD to ISO image or DVD folder
Burn DVD folder or ISO image into DVD disc
Copy DVD by full dics or just main movie only
Multi-languae and multi-skin supported
User friendly interface and easy-to-use
High Compatibility: Riptoo DVD Copy for Mac is fully compatible with DVD+-R/RW, DVD-RAM, most DVD players and burners, and Dual Layer 8.5GB disc.
Freely control the whole copying process. Audio tracks and subtitles adjustable, you can choose keep menu or skip menu.
Easy to use: Just 3 steps can copy DVD movies with Riptoo DVD copy for Mac, select source, select target and hit copy button.
Fast copying process: A stable and fast DVD copy engine is embedded into Mac DVD Copy software. It’s much faster than normal Mac DVD Copy
Mac on x 10.4(PPC)/10.5(PPC&Intel)
1GHz Intel/AMD processor or above
128MB RAM (512MB or above recommended)
30MB space for installation
Super VGA (800×600) resolution, 16-bit graphics card or higher
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