As we know, Mac users can copy DVD movies on Mac with Magic DVD Copier for Mac, but if we don't want to copy the whole DVD and just need to copy the specified episodes on Mac, what should we do? Considering that, Mac users may feel eager to find something teaching them how to copy specified episodes on Mac, and this article is just what they are looking for.
The first thing users should do is to free download Magic DVD Copier for Mac and install it, then check if no other decryption programs are running. Remember to follow the following guide, and the copy work can be perfectly done.
1. Start up the program, and insert the DVD disk containing the episodes you want to copy.
2. Switch to the tab "Copy to Local Disk". Set the DVD source file and the target directory by "Browser ..." button. ( The program will usually load the DVD file in automatic way.) Remember if you are going to copy certain episodes, set the target directory clear and differentiated in case of any overwrite.
3. Switch the copy mode to "Main Movie", and after analysing PGC information, the program will show a pop-up window like the one below. Users just select the wanted titles in the top drop-down list ( The order of titles is corresponding to that of episodes. ). Certainly, users can also select the subtitle in the check box. The default setting is none subtitle, so don't forget to check if the player has turned the subtitle on, otherwise the subtitle cannot be shown on screen when the episode is played.
4. If users have more requirements toward the copied file, it's possible to set some specifics by unfolding the menu of "Settings" and tick the check boxes or not ( see the first picture above ).
5. When all the settings are done, hit "Start" to let the program work.
After several minutes, the episode will be successfully copied onto the Mac hard drive. Following these simple steps, Mac users can copy any specified episodes on Mac without any quality loss, which is absolutely a perfect backup satisfying users' needs.