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Copy DVD to ISO Image Files with CloneDVD

If you own a lot of DVD’s, you might want to backup and easily playing them on your media center.  The backup DVD has the same file structure as the original DVD, which means there’s a “VIDEO_TS” folder with a lot of .IFO, .BUP and .VOB files in it. If you don’t like to see a lot of .IFO, .VOB and .BUP files, you can copy your DVD to image ISO file, thus, you will only get one .ISO file on your PC. But you need a third party software to help you.

Well, one of my friends suggests a DVD copy tool which can easily copy DVD movie disc to a blank DVD disc, ISO image files, or other video formats. CloneDVD is the world best and easiest-to-use DVD copy software to copy / burn / rip / encrypt any DVD movies by removing all existing DVD protections automatically.

To copy DVD to ISO image files:
Step 1. Download CloneDVD and install it.
Step 2. Import DVD to CloneDVD.
Step 3. Choose DVD image (ISO) as output format and choose an output folder to save the video
Step 4. Start to copy.

Now, you’ll have your DVD movies backed up in case something is to happen to the discs and are no longer playable.

An ISO file, often called an ISO image is an “image” of an entire CD, DVD, or BD. The entire contents of a disc can be perfectly represented in a single ISO file.

You can think of an ISO file like a box that holds all the parts to something that needs built – like a child’s toy you might buy that requires assembly. The box that the toy pieces come in does you no good as an actual toy but the contents inside of it, once taken out and put together, become what you’re actually wanting to use.