Decompression tool for DVD Burning

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Hey everyone, I've finally figured out how to create disk images onto my computer. Now my problem is that the files I have created using MacTheRipper are too large. Seeing as how a DVD-R disk can only hold up to 4.367GB of content, this leaves me with a problem. I know that with DVDShrink 3.2 for windows you can easily break this down. However, Mac is much different than windows so I am looking for something that will compress a DVD movie drastically to fit onto a single DVD-R disk. Can anyone help?

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dvd2onex will, however, I thi

dvd2onex will, however, I think you have to pay for it.

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So will FDC

Try Fast DVD Copy: a paid $$$ product that does a good job of what you want.
Unfortunately, it costs money.

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. . . or Popcorn . . .

Popcorn from Roxio can re-encode a DVD, but it ain't free either.

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DVD2oneX

Yes, I have downloaded the trial version and it only allows you to process 30 mins of video. You must pay for the full version...that blows. They REALLY need a MAC version of DVDShrink.