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    I need guides for dvd x copy platinum,dvd wizard pro,alcohol 120,dvd rescue if anyone could help, I would appreciate it.
     
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    Here are some updated instructions for DVD Wizard Pro.

    DVD Wizard Pro
    Using DVD Mode


    To make the copy of the movie to DVD-R/RW or DVD+R/RW disc you should perform the following steps:
    *** For DVD5 (Single Layer) discs, the steps with selecting the IFO file and video chains will be automatically skipped. ***

    1. In the "Copying Statistics" box in the middle of the software's interface you can view which mode you are in. It should say "DVD -> DVD". If it does not say this than select the DVD mode. (This can be done by pressing DVD button on the main window of the application.)
    2. Select the Source Drive with your video-DVD disc inserted in to it.
    3. Select the Destination Device which supports DVD burning.
    4. (This step can be skipped for most users) Your output folder (where your movie will be temporarily ripped to) is automatically set to <C:\Program Files\DVD Wizard Pro\tmp\> You can change this, if you wish, in the options dialog box. (The logical drive with this folder should have at least 4.5 GB of free space to store temporary data.) This video data will be deleted when you start the process for a different movie.
    5. Press the RUN button. (The green button with the triangle.)
    6. A window should pop open. Select the largest IFO file because it will be the movie. To determine the largest IFO file place your mouse pointer over each file and select the largest file. ( If the program does not open the VIDEO_TS folder automatically, the IFO file can be found on the drive where the DVD disc is located in VIDEO_TS folder.)
    7. A new video chain box will pop open. Click on the desired movie clip on the left side of the Dialog box.(It should be about the same length as the movie.) The audio chain and subtitles could also be selected in this dialog box as well. Press the OK button.
    8. The ripping process will now begin. This process may take a few hours depending the speed of your computer. When the ripping stage is completed, the dialog box will appear and ask you to insert blank DVD+R/RW or DVD-R/RW disc into the destination device. (If the disc is already in the destination device, then just press OK button.)

    The progress bar in the main window will show the entire progress. The time left indicator might scare you, but don't worry this feature is not accurate and will be fixed on our next update. You will be able to stop ripping at any time.


    DVD Wizard Pro
    Using VCD Mode


    To make the copy of the movie to CD-R/RW discs you should perform the following steps:
    1. Select the VCD mode. (This can be done by pressing VCD button on the main window of application.)
    2. Select the Source Drive with your video-DVD disc inserted in to it.
    3. Select the Destination Device which supports CD burning.
    4. (This step can be skipped for most users) Your output folder (where your movie will be temporarily ripped to) is automatically set to <C:\Program Files\DVD Wizard Pro\tmp\> You can change this, if you wish, in the options dialog box. (The logical drive with this folder should have at least 4.5 GB of free space to store temporary data. This video will be deleted when you start the process for a different movie)
    5. Press RUN button. (Green button with triangle.)
    6. A window should pop open. Select the largest IFO file because it will be the movie. To determine the largest IFO file place your mouse pointer over each file and select the largest file. ( If the program does not open the VIDEO_TS folder automatically, the IFO file can be found on the drive where the DVD disc is located in VIDEO_TS folder.)
    7. A new video chain box will pop open. Click on the desired movie clip on the left side of the Dialog box.(It should be about the same length as the movie.) The audio chain and subtitles could also be selected in this dialog box as well. Also you should select the split size of the output files to be able to fit them in CD-R/RW disc.) Press the OK button.
    8. The ripping process will now begin. This process may take a few hours depending the speed of your computer. When the ripping stage is completed, the dialog box will appear and ask you to insert blank CD-R/RW disc into the destination device. (If the disc is already in the destination device, then just press OK button.) In most cases movie will be split into several CD-R/RW discs so application will ask you for new disc after burning the current one.)

    The progress bar in the main window will show the entire progress.The time left indicator might scare you, but don't worry this feature is not accurate and will be fixed on our next update. You will be able to stop ripping in any time.


    DVD Wizard Pro
    Using DivX Mode


    To make the copy of the movie in AVI format you should perform the next steps:
    1. Select the DivX mode. (This can be done by pressing DivX button on the main window of application.)
    2. Select the Source Drive with your video-DVD disc inserted in to it.
    3. Select the output folder. (This can be done through options dialog. You should press the OPTIONS button to open Options Dialog.) Press the button with the three dots"[...]" and select where you want the movie to me stored. then press OK until you are back to the main window of the application
    4. Press RUN button. (Green button with triangle.)
    5. A window should pop open. Select the largest IFO file because it will be the movie. To determine the largest IFO file place your mouse pointer over each file and select the largest file. ( If the program does not open the VIDEO_TS folder automatically, the IFO file can be found on the drive where the DVD disc is located in VIDEO_TS folder.)
    6. A new video chain box will pop open. Click on the desired movie clip on the left side of the Dialog box.(It should be about the same length as the movie.) The audio chain and subtitles could also be selected in this dialog box as well. Since this video will be stored on your hard drive you can select to have the video split into a larger file if you wish. Press the OK button. Press OK button in the Video Chain dialog box.

    The progress bar in the main window will show the entire progress. The time left indicator might scare you, but don't worry this feature is not accurate and will be fixed on our next update. You will be able to stop ripping in any time. The output file will be also playable after terminating the process. It will contain the part of movie which have been ripped.

     

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