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DVD Copying 5 – Burn DVD and the right software

Besides ripping, there is shrinking, splitting or removing, and after that you may want to burn the movie to a recordable DVD so that you can watch it on your home entertainment set conveniently. There are several packages for you to burn your disc.

Pay attention, if your DVD cloner/recorder records on DVD+R(W) or DVD-R(W) media, you will have to test whether your DVD player is able to playback the media written by your DVD recorder or not.

It might seem easy to understand the process of making a DVD backup, but these are just some basics. If you are a normal basic user you will be able to create a backup in this way. If you are a demanding user you might want to search for more information on all subjects. Probably the easiest way to get to know with creating DVD copy is probably by trying some of the software around. This way you will be able to find out what gives you the best quality and setting. You will find a variety of software packages that you might want to try in the following paragraph.

For those who do not have special needs, we provide all in one solutions that will enable you to make a copy without any hassle. We have picked the software we have seen to be used the most, based on reports of users on our forums. There are more packages around, but with one of these, you will never be wrong.

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