Copying DVD movies is illegal. Today. There used to be software available but it's pretty much gone.
Use the DVD like any CD. With the benefit of much more storage. A CD can hold up to around 700 MB of data. A DVD can hold up to 4 GB of data. Use it for anything you want.
Hi, sorry for the bound-to-be dumb question but what do you guys burn on a "DVD burner"? I mean, you can write the data on CD-ROMs right? Do you burn movies? But, how do you burn it? I mean, do you make a temporal copy of the movie on your hard drive first and then copy it on DVD? Is it legal? Can you really do such a thing? I mean, most ROMs give you restrictions as to what you can do with it, right? So, I'm guessing if you rent a DVD from a store, you probably can't make a copy on DVD. Now, if that's the case, what do you use the DVD burner for?