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How to copy Mac OS X Leopard DVD

DVD Copy for MacThis step by step guide is mainly about how to copy DVD to computer Mac (Copyright protected DVD included) and copy DVD to another blank DVD for backup on Mac with Mac DVD Copy software.

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How to copy mac os x leopard DVD

Step 1. Feel free to download Mac DVD Copy software and install it.
Step 2. Select DVD source from the menu below
Here you select DVD-Video disc. Mac DVD Copy also supports DVD-Video folder, DVD-Video ISO images file. To som extent, Mac DVD Copy is also a DVD burning software for Mac.

Step3, Select the target
Select the target from the menu below.
It can burn DVD-Video disc and save the target as DVD Folder or Image (.iso). Here, you choose burn DVD-Video disc. The "Select target disc type" window will pop up to prompt you to select type and size of the target disc after you clicked the "Start" button.

Step 4: Start the copy
Afterwards, click "OK" to close window. Mac DVD Copy will start copying DVD and save the data to a temperate file. After burning, the program starts encoding DVD and will inform you to insert a suitable blank DVD disc. Then you can surf website or listen to the music and check icon progress strip sometimes. The program will inform you the completion of burning later.
Start Copy DVD on Mac

Select the copy mode: Click "Full Disc Mode " button or "Main Movie Mode" button on the main interface to select the copy mode.
Full Disc Mode: Copy the entire DVD-Video discs including all the titles;
Main Movie Mode: Copy the longest title contained in DVD-Video discs to one DVD disc, getting rid of the features and the movie trailers.
If you select "Full Disc Mode", you can see all the DVD setting information in the window.
Information Window

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More about Mac OS X Leopard

Mac OS X version 10.5 "Leopard" is the sixth major release of Mac OS X, Appleā€™s desktop and server operating system for Macintosh computers. Leopard was released on 26 October 2007, and is available in two variants: a desktop version suitable for personal computers, and a server version, Mac OS X Server. According to Apple, Leopard contains over 300 changes and enhancements over its predecessor, Mac OS X v10.4 "Tiger",covering core operating system components as well as included applications and developer tools.