I have been reading that people are having problems with Intervideo DVD Copy v1.2 & 2. Problem with white lines, pixelization etc... Just wanted to let people know that i have been creating excellent "Backups" of my DVD's with Intervideo 1.2 & 2. and I dont use any other 3rd party software for the transcoding, i use the built in transcoding of Intervideo DVD copy. Normally when you insert a copy protected DVD, intervideo detects it and doesnt allow you to proceed. But, the trick is to have DVD Region Free running before you insert the copy protected disc. If you are running version 1.2 of DVD copy i found that you can run DVD Region Free ver 3.1. with success. If you are running verion 2 of DVD Copy, you will need to use DVD region Free ver 3.62. Every DVD i have burnt has been successful with no pixelation or White lines etc.... just a perfect copy of the DVD. So why would everyone else bother with an external program for transcoding? I know Intervideo is a little limited in options, but its so simplistic and its replication of DVD's is the best i have seen from any program on the market. Has anyone else tried this combination with good results?