I recently bought a dvd copier hoping to make copies of my favourite films. When i try to copy not only does a copyright message appear the retail dvds contain a whopping 7.5 gb of data and the largest blank i can buy/write are 4.7gb! Is there any way of, firstly, over riding the copyright message and also copying these MEGA-DISKs? Are there any files i don't need to copy, any compression to do, any programs to help me or any other suggestions? I think it is possible as i have seen retail copies burnt, and there is such a large debate about dvd piracy which would not exist if it was not possible to copy them! Any help would be appreciated as it is really annoying after i have shelled out hard earned cash for a near useless drive! Thanks anyway.
One that works fine every time for me is DVD X Copy Express from 321 Studios. This makes perfect copies of dvd's, no matter how long they are & is not put off by any copyright protection on the disc. Clone DVD always threw up the copyright protecton message so I would definately give this a miss. Naturally I only use this program for copying my own discs, an option you have to declare each time you start the program.
lewis187 ANY DVD for copyright blocking DVD SHRINK for encoding and CLONE DVD for burning are all that you need.They are all available as freeware or trialware do a search on google.hope this helps mike
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