When mentioned the free free CD/DVD/HD DVD/Blu-ray burning application, most people would think of the ImgBurn or HandBrake, both of which has the functions of reading and verifying discs, writing and creating ISO images possibly in need of some free DVD decrypter software. Although the ImgBurn already owns millions of users and fans in a global scope thanks to its powerful CD and DVD images burning features, but it does not have the feature to “remove CSS encryption or any other copy protection”. So, if your disc is copyrighted, you may have to find some ImgBurn assistant or alternative to decrypt the DVDs. Otherwise, ImgBurn will freak out and display a pop-up warning you that it can’t read the DVD.
As we know it is impossible to read a copy-protected DVD with ImgBurn or HandBrake if you have not used with a third-party software such as DVD Copy. If you’re using DVD Shrink, you should really modify it to use ImgBurn; if you’re using ImgBurn, you should really replace it with DVD Copy released by CloneDVD Studio, since most commercial discs in the US are protected with is Disney X-project DRM, Sony ARccOS, CSS, Region Code, RCE, UOPs, APS, etc.
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How to Download and Use Free ImgBurn Alternative – the CloneDVD DVD Copy?
Step 1. Uninstall ImgBurn or other DVD burning software/apps from your computer.
Step 2. Download, install and launch the 1:1 DVD copy clone software that will read, check and burn copy protected discs for personal use.
Step 3. Insert a source DVD, and choose an output format provided by the DVD Copy, from ISO, to DVD disc, MPEG2 file, VIDEO_TS folder, audio, etc. And do the corresponding things adding to the instructions on UI.
Step 4. Click “Start” button to start burning a DVD with the best ImgBurn Alternative.
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