Cannot copy the DVD that I made using Windows DVD creation

I burned two movies that I did on a DVD.  I have demolished all the files on my computer, so I don't have the material more.  The DVD works fine in my computer and DVD player, but I wanted to make additional copies.  I can't understand how to do this now.  If anyone can help.

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I burned two movies that I did on a DVD.  I have demolished all the files on my computer, so I don't have the material more.  The DVD works fine in my computer and DVD player, but I wanted to make additional copies.  I can't understand how to do this now.  If anyone can help.

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The following free software may be worth a try
(you just create an ISO Image of your DVD and)
then burn the Image in as many copies as you
need):

Download ImgBurn:
http://www.Digital-Digest.com/software/download.php?sid=470&SSID=0&did=1

How to create an image file of a disc with ImgBurn
http://Forum.ImgBurn.com/index.php?showtopic=6379

How to write an image file to a disc with ImgBurn
http://Forum.ImgBurn.com/index.php?showtopic=61 John Inzer - MS - MVP - digital media experience

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