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Chapter 22. Advanced iDVD > Duplicating a DVD

22.9. Duplicating a DVD

Unfortunately, iDVD takes nearly as long to burn a second DVD as it does to build and burn the first. When you need to burn multiple copies of your work, you'll wish you had a faster way.

You do. Using the Mac OS X program called Disk Utility, you can convert the first DVD into a disk image: a file on your hard drive that perfectly replicates the contents of a disk. Whenever you need a copy of the original, you can use either Disk Utility or the disc-burning program known as Roxio Toast to burn a new DVD based on the disk image you made.


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