DVD stands for Digital Versatile Disc, but not Digital Video Disc. It is often wrongly regarded as Digital Video Disc due to the fact that it is one of the primary mediums used in the video industry.
Actually, DVDs are not limited to video but also can hold information from different documents as music, video games and are used as backup medium in some situations. If you have a video DVD or game DVD and want to make a DVD copy to protect your original, then these instructions should assist you in this situation.
Required tools: a computer or laptop, Internet connection, A DVD-R or DVD-RW drive, printer
Required materials: blank DVD disc, marker or label
For copying your DVD video to create a duplicate, you will need either a computer or a laptop with DVD drive that can be DVD-R or DVD-RW. And you will need Internet connection to download the DVD copy software from Internet. Browse online, search a program like CloneDVD to make your DVD copy. Once installed, insert the original DVD into the drive and CloneDVD will automatically load the disc.
Select buttons on CloneDVD to create a DVD copy. There are options for you to copy DVD to blank DVD or to hard disk and from where you can select the best one that fits your needs. To copy DVD to blank disc, you need to insert the blank disc and wait for the copying process. After the process is finished, you can use the printer with label to make a customized label or just use the marker to write the title of the disc you just copied.
Tips: Copying DVD may infringe the DVD copy protection. Remember that never create DVD disc for public distribution. Copying DVD for backup purpose or personal use is unblamable.