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How to Use DVD Copy for Windows

Part 1: How to Copy DVD to Blank DVD

DVD Copy allows you to make lossless backup of your DVD movies from DVD-9 to DVD-9, DVD-5 to DVD-5 in 1:1 ratio with outstanding quality. Follow the tutorial below, you can copy home DVD with fast speed and high quality.

Step 1: Load DVD disc

If you already have your DVD disc inserted in the DVD drive, you can click the "Select Source" drop-down list to select your DVD drive.

load dvd disc

Step 2: Select DVD copy method

After loading DVD disc, please select DVD Rom in "Select DVD copy method" drop-down list.

Step 3: Customize output settings (optional)

After loading DVD disc and selecting DVD copy method, you can customize output settings in the following window by clicking "Start", at the bottom of the interface. You can also set buffer directory to save the DVD folder temporally generated in the process of burning.

customize output settings

Step 4: Start burning

You can click "Start" to start burning. You can have a clear view of current status of copying DVD to DVD or backup DVD on PC in the window below.

Note: The whole burning process consists of two periods – the converting period and the burning period. The DVD movie is first converted into the temporal DVD folder by removing CSS and RC protection in the converting period. When the conversion is done, you will get the following the window to ask you insert a black DVD disc for burning.

After inserting the black disc, the temporally generated DVD folder will be automatically burned on your inserted black disc in the burning period. Then you have already finished burning your DVD movies on your black DVD disc.

Part 2: How to Backup DVD to store on Hard Disc

DVD Copy enables you to make backup of DVD folder for storage on your hard disc.

Step 1: Load DVD disc

Click the "Select Source" drop-down list to select your inserted DVD disc.

Step 2: Select DVD copy method

After loading DVD disc, please select "DVD Folder" option in "Select DVD copy method" drop-down list and select output folder directory.

Step 3: Start burning

You can click "Start" to start burning. You can have a clear view of current status of copying DVD to DVD folder in the window below.

Part 3: How to create ISO image file from DVD disc or DVD folder

Step 1: Load DVD disc or DVD folder

Click the "Select Source" drop-down list to select your inserted DVD disc or DVD folder on your hard disc, and click "OK".

Step 2: Select DVD copy method

After loading DVD disc, please select "Image File (*.iso)" option in "Select DVD copy method" drop-down list and select output folder directory.

Step 3: Start burning

Click "Start" to start create ISO image file from DVD or DVD folder.