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Monday, 27 May 2013

All that You Need to Know About Making Free DVD Copies

If you are a movie buff or have couple of young kids at home, then it is very much possible that you own a significant DVD library of sci-fi movies, family movies and comedy flicks. If you calculate the amount of money you spent over the years in buying these movies, you would realize that you have already spent a small fortune on them. No wonder, you get irritated when you see your kids playing with the DVDs like a tennis ball. That being said, slowly you come to the terms that your DVDs will one day get a lot of scratches and may get damaged in one way or the other. So, it is only sensible to make back-up copies of all your purchased DVDs so that you don’t worry about your original DVDs getting damaged. The best part is that you can do this very easily using free software tools.


Popular DVD Tools

Two of the most commonly used tools are DVD Shrink and DVD Fab Media Decrypter. Many of us are already familiar with DVD Fab Media Player but here we have two DVD copying software as well. You can get both these software very easily by just a simple search online. Do a bit of research and try to get the latest versions of these software or it would be better if you could land on the websites of the developers. After finding themonline downloading and then installing the software is a very simple process.

If you have got 3D or Blu-ray discs, you can try out ArcSoft TotalMedia Theatre, which is a comprehensive BD player software package in the current market. It comes with a virtual remote control that allows users to navigate built-in Blu-ray disc menus that are otherwise inaccessible.
HD up scaling and 3D up scaling options are also missing on DVDFab Media Player, and TotalMedia theatre also features a useful power-saver option too.

DVDfab media player

Using the DVD Shrink

DVD Shrink, on the other hand, works a little differently as it acts like a tool that used for DVD authoring. In other words, the software is used for creating a new DVD but the process is actually a little less than burning a DVD’s actual content. After initializing the software you should choose “Re-author” that can be seen on the bar of the menu. Now you should choose the ripped files that are present in the hard drive. After the selecting the pathway going towards those ripped files, a listing called “titles” can be seen. Now in the “Main Movie” part, you will see different reasonable time options like more than 2 hrs or 1 hr 30 minutes. Drag the title to “DVD Structure” that can be seen towards the left. After this you would normally see one of the pop videos, which shows the movie. What you do here is copy only the movie to a brand new DVD. After this select “Compression Settings” select various video and audio choices. You can also go for “No Compressions” if you want to retain the video’s original quality. In case when the movie’s size is more than what DVD can hold, then you can select “Automatic” for automatic compression of the video.
So, go ahead and give it a try to ArcSoft Total Media Theatre and DVD shrink for making your DVD copies, and enjoying them on your laptop on-the-move.

Author Bio - Reid Smith is a video photographer with over 10 years of experience. Reidalso enjoys shooting short movies, editing and writing articles on video recorders and similar instruments. He recommends using the ArcSoft Total Media Theatre for enjoying 3D HD playback.

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