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Cara membuat ISO dari CD / DVD di Linux

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Cara membuat ISO dari CD / DVD di Linux

Post by agoenk on Fri Oct 07, 2011 6:12 am

An ISO file is the easiest and most universal method for backing up a DVD. The file is an archive file specifically for DVD VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS files, and is an exact copy of the disc. ISO files can be quickly burned to a new dvd using standard burning software, making it the optimal choice for storing backups.

In Windows, third-party software is the only way to backup a DVD. Luckily, Ubuntu Linux has removed this need, and as a result, you can backup your dvds using a standard feature built into the OS --no software or Terminal required.

This tutorial is written using Ubuntu 8.10 Intrepid Ibex. It will also work with 8.04.

Step 1: Insert the DVD you wish to backup into your optical drive and wait for the dvd icon to appear on your Desktop.

Step 2: Right-click on the DVD icon and choose 'Copy Disc' from the menu.

Step 3: A dialog box will appear. In the drop-down box next to 'Copy to...', choose FILE IMAGE.

Step 4: Press the WRITE button.

Step 5: Choose a location to save the ISO.

Step 6: Wait for the progress bar to reach the end. It will say 'Successfully Copied'. Close the window and remove the DVD.

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