Three DVD Copy Modes for DVD Backup and Which to Choose

[Latest Updated: Nov. 2, 2018 by Kistent Waung to DVD Copying]

3 DVD backup/copy modes

How to Choose Among Three DVD Copy Modes for DVD Backup?

DVD Copy Tool

In general cases, a DVD copying tool provides us with many DVD clone schemes. How do you choose the most suitable mode for our specific backup need? In order to get the answer, we need to know about the main traits and function of these schemes separately.

Here let us take a DVD ripping software - WinX DVD Ripper Platinum for example.

Are you a user of or the one who has heard of this software? But do you know this super DVD ripper also has extra DVD copy function? Yes, it is designed with Full Disc ISO, Main Content Copy and Full Title Copy modes.

Three Copy Modes Provided by WinX DVD Ripper Platinum

#1 Clone DVD to ISO/DVD Folder
1:1 clone full DVD disc to ISO image or ISO folder to be burned directly and played by popular media players such as 5KPlayer, VLC and MPlayer.

#2 Copy Full Title to MPEG2
Copy full content of DVD main title to a multi-track MPEG2 file containing all videos, audio tracks and subtitles in 5 minutes only

#3 Copy Main Content to MPEG2
Copy main content of DVD to a MPEG2 file with selected video/subtitle/audio track with lossless video quality, 5.1 AC3 surround and DTS audio, about 5 minutes only

How to Choose and Master Proper DVD Copy Solution

If you want 1:1 DVD copy, which means, the output file is as the same as the original disc in quality and size, just choose DVD to ISO/Folder full DVD copy;

If you need multiple language tracks and subtitles (as many as the original has), while requiring comparatively faster speed and smaller file size, please choose copying DVD title to multi-track MPEG2 file;

And if you only need one sound track in the language you can only understand or familiar with, and has higher requirement on backup speed, Copy Main Content to MPEG2 is a great choice that can control the entire DVD movie content copy within 5 minutes (which also depends on your DVD drive and CPU).

Some DVDs use lots of bogus titles as a copy protection measure, which sometimes causes many DVD copy tools to select the wrong title and leads to output wrong title order. WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, with super Disney's Fake Checking technology, is able to check the correct main title number. Especially, DVD to MPEG2 main title copy will avoid such problems.

User Guide of DVD to DVD ISO Image /MPEG2 File Copy

Preparation: Download WinX DVD Ripper Platinum and run it; insert source DVD and import DVD movie by the software. Then all you need to do is the following thing:

Step 1: If you see the column showing the output video formats and supported target devices on the UI, please choose the first one, i.e., "DVD Backup " button;

Step 2: After clicking "DVD Backup", you will find three different options down the list, and you may choose one among specifically DVD to ISO/Folder, main title DVD to MPEG2, and DVD to multi-track MPEG2 cloning means according to your backup need.

Copy DVD Movie in three modes

Step 3: Then just hit "RUN". The operation is so easy that only three steps are needed to complete your DVD decryption and copy requirement. It is also suitable for beginners.

Disclaimer: Digiarty Software does not advocate ripping or copying copy-protected DVDs for any commercial purpose and suggests referring to the DVD copyright laws in your countries before doing so.

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About the Author

Author - Kistent Waung    Kistent Waung@kistent2014

Joined Digiarty for 4 years as a website editor and technical writer, she focuses on giving readers all-around but lifestyle tech reviews & tips on hot gadgets and multimedia solutions. In the leisure time, she has a mania for baseball and transcendental meditation.

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