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How To Copy DVD Movies

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Copying DVD movies is not as tough as it looks. With all the latest software around you will be happy to know that copying any DVD can be as easy as counting to ten.

However some users who are not so tech savvy might find it difficult to follow so here's an easy guide to explain to you a few technical things that you need to know to get started.

Most DVD movies use multiple layered encryptions to prevent the copying of the dvd. The encryption is harmless and is only legible to a standard DVD player. This protection is known as Content Scrambling System (CSS).

For, copying a DVD movie all you would need to do is purchase the latest dvd copying software with a CSS removal function that will remove the protection from the disc enabling you to copy it. Then all you need to do is:

Here's a list of other functions you can use while burning your dvd. Keep in mind you can do the following with your own recorded videos or a dvd movie.

DVD Crop
The DVD crop feature offers you the ability to edit the black edges or the gaudy outline of a DVD movie. The process is similar to image editing softwares, in which an customizable frame is used to cut the black edges. Besides, in certain softwares, a preferable crop model can also be employed to enrich your movie experience.

DVD Combine:
The combine feature can be used merge many DVD chapters into a single file. This feature provides you a single output file instead of several files.

DVD Effect:
The Effect button helps you alter, modify and customize the brightness, saturation, contrast, volume. Special features such as Emboss”, “Negative”, “Old film” and “Gray” are available to improve your playback experience.

Though dvd copy software can offer assistance in copying, editing and saving your movie files. You may have to consider several things before the procedure. First of all , you may have to convert the target movie size to the smallest possible size to save on hard disk space. In such cases, you may have to sacrifice on audios, subtitles, and video quality. Other methods of compression may involve converting dual-layer movies into a single-layer disc.

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