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Friday, July 18, 2008
New DVD neXt COPY Claims to Beat DVDShrink


The latest version of the DVD neXt COPY software offers better quality than any other available DVD software, the DVD neXt COPY claims.

The improved V2.9.9.1 version is better than the legendary DVDShrink software, which possessed the best quality and speed of any DVD copy program available. The company claims that the new DVD neXt COPY has broken through this barrier, and provides better quality and much faster burns than DVDShrink (High Quality Mode).

The new V2.9.9.1 offers an improved quality engine and software compatibility mode and features a new pre-scan preview function.

DVD neXt COPY has also provided an in-house test report on two special movies that are often used as quality reference movies, because they are very complicated to recompress. You can see our results in this test report:

http://www.dvdnextcopy.com/quality_messurement.pdf

During a special promotional period, you can receive $20 off DVD neXt COPY Xpress, Standard and Pro. Read more information about the new DVD neXt COPY at http://www.dvdnextcopy.com.


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