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DVD X Copy PlatinumBackup Software
DVD X COPY Platinum showcases the brand-new TDF backup technology, allowing you complete control over DVD movie backups. TDF is the backup technology that movie fans have been demanding. It offers individual scene control of backup compression. TDF backup technology satisfies even the most critical movie fans.
DVD X Copy Platinum comes with a unique preview feature so that you can see how different compression percentages will look before you burn. The user now has the option of compressing the credits or other sections of the DVD, enhancing the ability to backup onto one DVD.
DVD X COPY Platinum also includes the bonus program DVD X Rescue. See our review of DVD X Rescue here.
Features of DVD X COPY Platinum include:
- Simple, One-Click Interface
- Burn perfect quality DVD movie backups
- Burn DVD movies to DVD-R(W) and DVD+R(W) Discs.
- Vary the compression rate of individual chapters.
- Create TDF files you can share with others
- Use TDF files created by others
- Copies Special Features (Movie Trailers, Commentary, etc.)
- Specify Which Special Feature to Keep or Remove
- Copies Full Multi-Channel Audio (Dolby Digital 5.1, DTS)
- Copies DVD Movie to One Blank Disc (No Need to Split)
- Free Updates and Patches Available Online
- Free 24-Hour Technical Support
- Copies Episodic DVD Movies (The X Files, The Simpsons, etc.)
- Includes DVD X Rescue
To start off you, are offered a selection of different ways to backup your DVDs.
You can either pick Simple, Advanced, or TDF Library. The 'simple method' will be the first one we walk through. The 'simple method' is basically 321 Studios popular DVD X Copy Xpress. This method is easy, but does not give you as many options as the advanced method included.
The program will ask you if this is a rented or borrowed DVD.
If you reply, "Yes," you will get the following message.
If you reply, "No," you will proceed with the program where you will get the following message about copyright protection. You must agree to proceed using the program. Once you do so, you come to another option screen allowing you to choose several options of your liking (video, audio, subtitles, and temp path). Typically, I leave these as they are but I always choose 'widescreen'. You'd also want to check the entire disc box, then push the start button.
If you already have a DVD-R in your burner, you will get the following message.
Just click 'Yes', leave and come back a little later - aproximately 25 minutes, depending on your machine. The program will read and write the DVD for you. If everything goes well, you should see the following when the task completes:
The next method you can choose from the main screen is 'Advanced backup'. You can either get the files from a disk or those saved on your computer.
For this, we copied from a disc already in the DVD drive. Once again, you will be presented with the 'DVD copyright protection' screen, which you must agree to proceed on with backing up your DVD.
Once you have agreed, the program will give you a list of everything on the DVD you are going to backup. From this list you can choose which titles you want to backup, which ones you want to leave out, and if the DVD is too large to fit onto one DVD-R.
You can choose to compress certain parts of the files per your preference. When you compress files, the program will give you the option to view the compressed files to assure desired appearance. I typically compress the credits because nobody ever really watches them, plus this allows more space for the actual movie.
Once you have the compression set to your liking, you just need to press the next button and the program will begin to read the DVD.
Once the program completes the reading process, it will ask you to press the write button to proceed. Once you do, the program will begin to write to the DVD-R.
As long as everything went correctly, you should see the following message in aproximately 25 minutes; depending on your machine.
The third way to backup your DVDs is to use 321 Studios new 'TDF method'. This method will backup your DVD to your hard drive. From your hard drive, you can burn the DVD at a later time by just selecting them in the advanced method discussed previously.
The fourth and final thing you can select from the main option screen in the program is the settings for your program.
Here you can choose which burner to use and set as your default. You can also choose the temp folders, TDF and DVD info settings, or your DVD info folder.
As you can see from this review and quick tutorial, DVD X Copy Platinum is the best DVD backup software out there today. It makes backing up your DVDs as easy as '1, 2, 3'!!!
I give this program the highest rating PcTechTalk offers: 5 out of 5 paws.
For more information on DVD X Copy Platinum please visit there website here.