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DVDFab DVD Copy Helps You to Clone DVD Rapidly.

September 5th, 2011 by DVDFab-Johnson 15,143 views

In our daily life, you may want to clone your DVD discs to make some backups for certain reasons. For example, you have made several DVDs on your home party, and you want to send them to your friend or family, or you have just bought a precious collection of DVD movies, you just want to keep it for collection. So those DVDs could not be played often as it will be scratched due to repeated read. If the DVD is scratched, it shall not be suitable for collection. The only suitable solution probably to make sure the DVD is only read for once. You may want to watch the movie for several times. How to make a balance? Right, just clone it.

Clone DVD is a process you copy the whole DVD content (including all language info, menu, start title, end title) and burn it to a new disc without compression. It contains the DVD rip and DVD burning process. The cloned DVD shall have the same video properties and quality. When you are cloning a DVD with DVD clone software, you may not see the copy process directly if you have two DVD drives connected on your computer. For example, you just connected two DVD drives on your computer, you just need to insert your source disc into one, the set the other as the target. The copy and burning process may be almost simultaneously, as the dvd content is copied during the reading process of the disc.

DVDFab DVD Copy is a professional DVD copy software that allows you to clone any DVD in fast speed and high quality.

You just need the latest version of DVDFab, then have it installed on your computer. The DVD clone can very easy, you just need several mouse clicks:

1.Open DVDFab

2.Insert your source disc (after you insert the source disc, the disc reading process begins)

3.Set the common settings (Once set, your settings shall be saved.)

After the program is successfully loaded the DVD, we can click the Common Settings button (the green button with a white check) to make some common settings.

In the left navigation bar of Common Settings window, you can set your preferred output directory in “General”; you can select the burning engine, and set the write speed and write type under the option of “DVD/Blu-ray”;you can go to “DVD Copy” to specify the default output size and output type.

Once you finished the common settings, click “OK” to return to the main interface.

4.Select the target, usually is the DVD drive. If you have two DVD drives connected with your computer, just select the wanted DVD drive.

5.Click start, DVDFab will rip the DVD content from the discs.

6.After the ripping completed, you will be asked to insert a blank disc into your DVD drive. Just insert a blank disc, the DVD burning process shall begin.

You may check DVD Copy – Clone DVD for more information.

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  • JERRY

    HAVING A HARD TIME MAKEING A COPY OF THE NEWLY RELEASED MOVIE THOR.
    HAVE I MISSED AN UPDATE?
    PLEASE RESPOND
    THANX JERRY

  • Richard

    Jerry I am haveing the same problem and I also have DVD Passkey and DVDfab and to let you know I am all up to date so there is a problem and it isn’t you.
    I also emailed them about it.

  • DVDFab-Johnson

    Hello, Jerry, the latest update of DVDFab 8.1.1.9 Beta has already solve the problem, you may download the latest beta version to copy your movie. Richard, you may also try to download the latest beta version to have a try, learn more info at: http://forum.dvdfab.com/showthread.php?p=96708#post96708

  • SFS

    What is the difference between using clone vs. Full disc with blurays? I want to create an .iso to play back on my Dune and am wondering which to use?

  • http://www.dvdfab.com DVDFab-Johnson

    Hi, SFS, to some extent, clone and full disc have no difference, but clone will make a disc copy without copressing or other processing. and the full disc mode will allow you to define the output type of discs, you may also compress the discs. If you want to copy blu-ray to iso, you may try to use the following modes according to your needs: full disc, main movie, and clone , just try to define the output disc as ISO by click the ISO file icon after the target box, then define the path for your output ISO file.. After you finish the conversiong setting, click start, then you will be able to copy your Blu-ray disc to ISO file.

  • Alen9331

    it looks well . i have used various of video software, the distinction is not big and leawo dvd copy is similar to this one . what is the difference of this two? i deemed that leawo is also great .

  • http://www.dvdfab.com DVDFab-Johnson

    Thank you very much for your feed back, Alen, you may try the two out, DVDFab provides 30 day’s full function free trial, you may try out all functions you like to see the difference. Wish you a nice experience with DVDFab.