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DVD X Copy Vs. DVD Shrink for Newbies

Discussion in 'DVD Shrink forum' started by dalekrob, Feb 9, 2004.

  1. dalekrob

    dalekrob Member

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    A total beginner to DVD backup's myself, I spent some time browsing these forums last week - and very useful they were too!

    I'd already been drawn to DVD X Copy due to it's high-profile, and seeming ease-of-use.

    Although the trial copy ran smoothly for me, I simply couldn't get the full version to get to the writing stage (I've got a very low-spec machine).

    Ever the optimist, I downloaded DVD Shrink. With the use of the guides here, I found this lovely little programme a joy to use - compact and decrypt in one simple stemp, and then simply burn the files to DVD with Nero - every back-up I've made has worked perfectly, FIRST TIME!!

    If there's other new folks reading this, who have also been drawn to X Copy, I'd suggest saving yourself any potential heartache (not to mention the purchase-price), and just use DVD Shrink!

    Thanks for all your help whilst I've been lurking folks, and happy to be here with you now!!

    Rob
     
  2. ddlooping

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    Hello dalekrob. :)

    DVD Shrink is indeed very user-friendly, but it is also very powerful (much more than DVDXCopy Xpress).

    Some of its capabilities are demonstrated at:
    http://www.dvdshrink.info/guides.php
     

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