DVDXCopy

  Petopjasp 23:46 12 Apr 2003
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Where's the cheapest place to buy the above.

Thanx

  TOPCAT® 00:40 13 Apr 2003

As far as I know only from the publisher 321 studios.com or retail stores and distributors in the US.

Currently the reduced price is $99.99 to download or $99.99 plus a shipping charge for the actual software. If you're unlucky and HM Customs open your package, you will be charged VAT AND a post office clearance fee.

Of course, you can download a trial version. The trial version of DVD X Copy will allow you to make a partial backup of a movie, or whatever will fit on to one DVD. The trial version will expire 14 days after installation. TC.

  ahales42 03:05 13 Apr 2003

of course you could download it from winmx plus the key generater.but that would be illegal.

  Petopjasp 10:33 13 Apr 2003

Thanx TOPCAT

ahales42 - wouldn't dream of it, kegen doesn't work anyway so I've heard!

  rickf 12:23 13 Apr 2003

TRy here click here. Looks like the same product with much more. DVDX Copy works very well though but expensive.

  Petopjasp 21:30 13 Apr 2003

Thanx rickf

But you have to but before you try!!!!

  Petopjasp 21:30 13 Apr 2003

Sorry rickf

I meant buy before you try!!!!

  Joe McG 21:41 13 Apr 2003

Petojasp, There is a demo version of this product.click here

  Petopjasp 19:36 15 Apr 2003

Thanx Joe McG

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