321 Studios updates DVDxCopy to version 1.5

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I just posted the article 321 Studios updates DVDxCopy to version 1.5.

DVDxCopy is one the tools currently available to  make backups of your DVD movies. DVDxCopy was  one of the first packages and the creators of the software are fighting a legal  battle against...
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#2

These guys are way behind the power curve already. Im surprised they have anyone buying their software. I guess there are always the uninformed to prey on.:+


#3

Why? What’s sooo bad about that software? I mean, I wouldn’t buy it but it’s not a bad solution for copying the full DVD IMHO.


#4

These folks deserve some consideration simply for waging the legal battle with the MPAA over fair use. What’s more the software is a excellent tool for backing up your DVD. It might not compress it to fit on one disk but for some, that’s ok.


#5

I agree that they deserve some consideration. But I also agree it’s bad software. It’s expensive, it’s got loathsome product activation, it’s filled to the brim with bugs, and it’s basically unnecessary. DVDxCopy can’t do anything that DVD Decryptor and IFOEdit can’t. These are the only tools I use and I have YET to find a DVD, including episodic that I could not back up. Plus I can copy my copies, remove FBI warnings, remove prohibited operations (like how Warner Brothers doesn’t like to let you switch audio tracks with the audio button on your remote). Let’s face it, I’m glad they’re fighting the MPAA but the software is weak and overpriced.


#6

I wasn’t highly impressed by this software when I tried it. :confused: Better options are out there.