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DVD Copy - 1/14/2005 12:31:32 PM   
ak12

 

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What would be a good DVD Copy software? Any review links or ranking?

Thanks.
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RE: DVD Copy - 1/14/2005 4:44:23 PM   
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DVD Decrypter and DVDShrink seem to be the most popular...they work very well and they are both free!!!

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RE: DVD Copy - 1/14/2005 4:49:13 PM   
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DVD Shrink works for about 95% of my copying.

The ones that won't decode, will with DVD Drcrypter. Then I use DVD shrink to reduce the size.

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RE: DVD Copy - 1/16/2005 6:22:06 AM   
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Both applications are great. I trust them for my backups.

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RE: DVD Copy - 1/24/2005 10:04:22 AM   
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If you're looking for a simpler approach, you might try AnyDVD/CloneDVD. While this method isn't free, it's definantly easy.

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RE: DVD Copy - 2/10/2005 4:33:39 AM   
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Hi,

VSO's CopyToDVD is also a simple approach. It has just been updated so there have not been many new reviews posted yet but to get an idea you can check out reviews on other VSO products at:

http://www.download.com/CopyToDVD/3000-2242_4-10361897.html?tag=lst-0-1

claire

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RE: DVD Copy - 3/5/2005 6:19:55 AM   
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I also have the simular question. but what i concerned most is that which software can copy a dvd movie with the best quality? actually before i came here, i only know dvdxcopy is a good one and decss(maybe spell like this) is another good one.
is it possible to make the quality is same to the original?
thanks

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