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Discussion in 'Convert DVD to another format' started by jrock, Jan 17, 2003.

  1. jrock

    jrock Guest

    how is everyone? first of all not to disrespect all the people who work hard to bring us all the best ways to do things. but this new software by 321 studios dvd x copy.. has anyone used it or is using it and is it worth it?? thanks and keep up the good work to all..
  2. thingimij

    thingimij Guest

    some people are quite happy with it cause theirs no fuss.

    if you have a dvd5 it does a complete copy but then again so can dvddecrypter and smartripper.
    if you have a dvd9 it splits it to 2 disc.
    whats the point in having 2 disc when you have a dvd burner and it could be put on 1 dvdr.
    anyway personaly i wouldnt touch it with a barge pole.

  3. rgc1042

    rgc1042 Guest

    Yes there are other ways to copy dvd's, but for most people Dvdxcopy is the simplest solution because it is so simple. Insert the disk to be copied, copy, burn the new disk. Yes you need two disks for some movies, but this only because most commerical dvd's are DVD9 disks that hold 9 GB + while your burner burns to DVD5 disks holding only 4.3 GB of data.

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