If you need to copy a DVD, but you have a Macintosh computer, you may not have the option of using a regular computer. However, this does not mean that he can not find his way. In fact, there are several ways you can to take DVD Mac from a Macintosh and explain how. There are some programs that help you write and copy DVDs on your Mac very simple.
If you need a copy of DVD Mac simply place the DVD you want to copy to your Mac. When you do this, you will automatically launch the Apple DVD player. You want to leave the DVD player and the DVD icon will appear on the desktop. After you do this, you can open the utility in the utility (in the Applications folder). To make the DVD copy properly, select the DVD and not the DVD drive.
Copy the DVD Mac file by clicking the "New Image" icon located at the top of the Disk Utility window. You will then receive a "save as" box and you will need to enter the name of the DVD to be copied and specify the destination to save. Many systems default to the desktop and this is fine, but remember that the average DVD can use a lot of memory, so be sure to have enough space. There is a drop-down menu and you have to select the DVD / CD master and click the save button. This creates a disk image of your DVD and there is a progress bar. You will see when it is moving forward. It's as simple as that – now you have a copy of a DVD.