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Introduction to DVD-Cloner 9

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Last updated: 29 Nov, 2017

DVD-Cloner 9 comes with its powerful functions and fire-new one-click interface to make DVD copy extraordinarily easy. With new movies and related never-ending changes and improvement springing up, DVD-Cloner 9, as the symbolic figure in the DVD copy software industry, is designed for movie fans to enjoy their favorite movies.
Its all-round upgraded technology can decrypt all the DVD protections for you to bring the cinema home. With the optimized DVD reading speed, it will be finished just after a cup of coffee to copy a DVD movie. With a decade of development, DVD-Cloner has become the most convenient DVD copy software for movie fans!

  • The all-round upgraded technology can decrypt all the DVD protections such as Macrovision, AACS, CPPM, RC, RCE, APS, UOPs and RipGuard for you to bring the cinema home.
  • The optimized reading speed makes the DVD copying a great deal faster and more stable.
  • The fire-new one-click interface makes DVD copy as handy as a pocket in a shirt.
  • Supports for reading the movies of DVD format from hard disk by the enhanced function of "Combine two DVDs to one DVD±R DL".
  • Thoroughly solved the problem that the IFO files can't be read, which achieves true DVD copy.
  • The inventive OET™ allows you to copy latest DVD movies through the optimized core.
  • Copies the scratched DVD discs.
  • Supports for multi-core CPUs and makes the DVD copying speed far higher.
  • Downloads and captures online movies from the Internet with the free bonus Stream-Cloner Lite worth $39.99.
  • Get the free bonus Open DVD ripper Lite worth $29.99, making it possible to convert DVD movies to AVI, MPEG and SVCD formats.
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Last updated: 29 Nov, 2017
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