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      18.07.2011 08:57
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      Great program for backing up your dvd collection

      Dvd X Copy Platinum is the simplest, most efficient and overall best dvd copying software I have owned. It includes a dvd decrypter engine that allows you to make perfect copies of your hollywood movies onto blank dvd's. You can copy everything from the opening menu to even the bonus footage and it is all compressed to a single dvd without losing any noticeable quality. While comparing the original to the copied disc I noticed nothing that was different, I'm serious the burnt copy looked exactly like the original. It can even copy a dual layer disc or (dvd-9) onto 1 standard blank disc something that other competing programs can not accomplish. The programs menu is real user friendly also. All you have to do is insert the disc to be copied, let the program burn it to your hard drive and when its done you insert the blank disc and the program burns the files from the hard drive to the disc. All together this process takes no longer than 10 minutes on your average computer. If you have 2 drives one being a dvd player and the other being a burner you can split the time in half. But make sure you dont multitask while doing this. Through past experiences while doing this the program sometimes locks up and freezes on the process. I would stick to just using one burner for both discs, the original and blank. This is a great piece of software if you want to backup your dvd collection.


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