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How to Copy and Save DVD to .dvdmedia on Mac?

.dvdmedia extension only exists on Mac OS. Actually it is a VIDEO_TS folder with the .dvdmedia extension. On Windows, files with this extension display just as a folder. The Mac DVD player can play a .dvdmedia file directly. If you have DVD movies you would like to copy and save to .dvdmedia, a special program is needed. DVD Copy for Mac is such a tool which can help you to copy DVD to .dvdmedia on Mac (Snow Leopard, Lion included) so that you can play the movies without the DVD disc. This step by step guide shows you how.

 

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Step-by-step Guide: Copy and Save DVD to .dvdmedia on Mac

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Insert DVD and Select Output

Download and install this professional application on your Mac. Once you’ve inserted the target DVD, there are three outputs available: Backup DVD to a new DVD disc; backup DVD to local computer as Video_TS, ISO, or dvdmedia; or backup your files into your portable devices like iPhone, iPod or iPad. To copy DVD to .dvdmedia, select the second.

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Choose Copy Mode

All the titles of the DVD are listed on the left panel. Select the right output mode such as ".dvdmedia" to copy DVD to .dvdmedia file on Mac, and you should also choose a proper copy option from "Main Movie Copy", "Customized Copy" and "Full Copy" to copy your DVD data. You can also make a customized output path for your .dvdmedia files on Mac.

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Start Copying DVD to .dvdmedia

Finished all settings, click on Start button to save DVD to .dvdmedia.

 

The task should be finished in a few minutes. And then you can play or do whatever you want with .dvdmedia files on your Mac.

 

Tips: With this DVD Copy for Mac, you can also backup DVD to DVD disc, DVD Folder, and ISO file besides .dvdmedia. Give it a try.