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How to copy DVDs with DVD-Cloner

Article ID: 270
Last updated: 30 Nov, 2017

In this article, we will introduce copying a DVD-Video disc (retail movie etc.) to a blank DVD disc (DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW etc.) with a program called DVD-Cloner and others if required. The copied DVD will be in good quality, and can have as much original content as you want.

 

First, you will need to have enough free space for this DVD copy software. Its output will be around 6.16 MB size, and if you are going to copy DVD to your hard drive to speed up the progress, it will need more extra space. The speed of copying DVD is very fast, which depends on the speed of your computer, and it may spend a little while to finish.

 

If you want to make a backup copy of your bought DVD collection, this burn software is the correct choice, and it can help you a lot. This is the easiest way to any work between DVD-9(a dual-layer DVD, most retail DVDs are dual layer) and DVD-5 (4.3GB or less, DVD-R / DVD+R are examples of DVD terms of capacity limits).

 

The DVD copy software is very flexible, and it tries to give you the best quality and content. You can improve the quality of the output by cutting area of your DVD copy, if you do not need such as an actor, director, audio, subtitles foreign comments, etc, meanwhile you can also choose to keep all these things at the expense of the quality of the products. If your concern is the DVD movie not the menu or anything else, you will get the best copy.



Article ID: 270
Last updated: 30 Nov, 2017
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