Copying a DVD using DVD FLICK

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#1

I want to make a (backup) COPY of a DVD program disc.
I have downloaded DVD FLICK, but it seems like some of the files on my original DVD are not suported by this program.
Can I use it to COPY a DVD?


#2

DVDFlcik doesn’t copy DVD’s. What operating system are you using? If the disk is not encrypted you can just copy the disk to your hard drive and burn it from there. Imgburn is very good at copying disks. http://www.imgburn.com/ You might already have it on your PC with DVDFlick.


#3

I wonder what the OP meant by:

[QUOTE=joeruntz;2474331] DVD program disc. [/QUOTE]

Making a BU copy of a software program can & usually is more complicated.
If it is just an unencrypted movie the ImgBurn should rip & burn it fine .
If it’s an encrypted movie then DVDFab trial would be the route to go.
After the trial is up then DVDFab to rip then DVDShrink to compress.Then burn with ImgBurn.


#4

[QUOTE=Whappo;2474332]DVDFlcik doesn’t copy DVD’s. What operating system are you using? If the disk is not encrypted you can just copy the disk to your hard drive and burn it from there. Imgburn is very good at copying disks. http://www.imgburn.com/ You might already have it on your PC with DVDFlick.[/QUOTE]
Whappo -
I thank you very much for the information.
I downloaded imgburn, and it was easy to use and did a perfect job!
Thanks again – especially for he quick reply.
I am using Widows 7.


#5

Glad you have it sorted out.:slight_smile:


#6

[QUOTE=cholla;2474338]I wonder what the OP meant by:

Making a BU copy of a software program can & usually is more complicated.
If it is just an unencrypted movie the ImgBurn should rip & burn it fine .
If it’s an encrypted movie then DVDFab trial would be the route to go.
After the trial is up then DVDFab to rip then DVDShrink to compress.Then burn with ImgBurn.[/QUOTE]
cholla -

My “DVD Program disc” was simply a DVD containg a Greeting Card program I had purchased.
And I wanted to make a copy of the DVD (for backup purposes, of course).
I should have described it better.

joe


#7

No problem joe .
A good description helps to get the right advice.
Since you were using DVDFlick the first assumption was that you were trying to copy a movie.
The word “program” led me to believe it might software.That is why I posted the way I did to claiify this.
ImgBurn is a good tool for doing software.Glad it worked for you.
It can even make bootable discs for software that needs to be bootable.