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How to remove commercials from DVD movie files without re-encoding?

Do you want to be far away from those commercial advertising? Want to remove those annoying commercials in a movie before the main movie coming out? This guide is for anybody who is fed up with buying DVDs only to be bombarded with anti-piracy warning, studio logo and any other forms of commercials before getting to the main feature.

CloneDVD will help you remove commercials from DVD movie files without hampering the audio or video quality. It is a professional Windows based DVD copying software which can copy any DVD movies by removing all existing DVD protections automatically and remove unnecessary warning screen, intro and watermarks.

1. Download the CloneDVD; install the .exe file in your Windows computer launch the program. The program doesn’t look needlessly complex, you will find it very easy to use all the time after reading this guide just once.

2. Insert DVD into DVD-ROM, CloneDVD will automatically indentify the DVD and show the DVD information on its interface (size, menu, release date, language, quality etc.). You can preview the content in its mini player. Look around your menu for any commercials that you have no interest in keeping and untick it. To simplify the process, you can just select to copy the “Main movie” by choosing the copy mode.


3. Choose the output format. You can copy it to blank DVD, DVD ISO files and save on hard disk, or other formats movie files. A full range of portable devices are supported by this amazing DVD copying software.

4. Start to copy the DVD movie.

The program will automatically remove the commercials. This guide set out to help you remove some rebarbative content from your DVDs during a backup process. Hope this will be helpful for you. Enjoy your fantastic movie as you wish!