DVD Copying

  918 13:01 01 Oct 05
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Help please i'm on Windows XP what program would you advise for copying dvd to dvd

  reece1705 13:17 01 Oct 05

how much are u wanting to pay

  Mr Mistoffelees 13:19 01 Oct 05

You need DVD Shrink click here it's free and works very well.

  pj123 13:29 01 Oct 05

Or DVD Xcopy from: click here

£6.98 plus postage.

I have both DVD Xcopy and DVD Shrink.

I find what one won't copy the other will.

  Skills 13:31 01 Oct 05

I noticed that on SVP is it the version with the ripper?

  patsyanne 13:35 01 Oct 05

click here Dvd x copy £2.99 with postage i have dvd shrink but have never used it as dvd x copy always does it for me and its one click copy its been banned in the USA as its too easy to copy any dvd

  pj123 14:09 01 Oct 05

Skills, well it is the only version they have and it does say:

"{AC 5102} DvdXcopy (Full Version with Ripping Facility) in OEM Packaging
Version 1.5.2"

so I have to assume Yes.

patsyanne, ebay, hmmmm.

  Skills 14:17 01 Oct 05

Cheers for that ;)

  hallc 14:29 01 Oct 05

Hi 918

Try click here, the gold section lets you copy dvd movies from blockbuster etc as well as copying data, photos.
You get a 30 day free trial!


cheers
Col

  patsyanne 14:35 01 Oct 05

I know pj123 its probably doggy software and the guy selling it has hide his "feedback" but i got mine from ebay ages ago but cost much more than £2.99 and its great for me .

  Rogerfredo 14:43 01 Oct 05

I use DVD Decryptor first for ripping, and DVD Shrink to produce a copy for burning. Never fails and both are free downloads.

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