CopytoDVD 4.0.1.4 Released

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#1

Audio: Create Audio CDs from MP3, WMA, Ogg Vorbis, MusePack and APE file formats.
Data: Create CDs and DVDs using ISO/Joliet/UDF. Multi session feature allows you to add to your media in stages.
Video: Create high quality DVD Video backups to be played on your PC or home DVD player. Copy DVD video with high playability.
Settings: Customize the way you wish to use the software by the large number of settings available.
Hardware support for CD, DVD, Blu-ray writers.
CopyToDVD supports all CD,DVD and Blu-ray disc formats (CD-R/RW, DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/RW, DVD-RAM, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL, BD-R, BD-RE).
burn and create .iso image files in 1 click
Developers: Add a CD or DVD burning feature to your application using the batch/command line mode of CopyToDVD (complete SDK on request)
Latest technologies including Double Layer and HD-Burn
Multilingual support (available languages…)
Burn DVDShrink projects and more…
Optimized for Windows XP and Vista & 32 and 64bit
http://www.vso-software.fr/download_product_direct.php?product=copytodvd


#2

Tested and installed it at once. This “new” software was not able to recognize the data size. Told me that 4GB need 8 GB DL media!:clap:


#3

There is a setting for DVD5 and DVD9. You have to go into CopytoDVD settings and change it.


#4

I’m having problems in explorer window (lower rght wndw). The fact is that size and date are wrong. They are showing the file names.

Is it a bug?

Saluti

PS: i upgraded from 4.0.4.60 version


#5

Last 2 versions were full of bugs. Both versions burned projekts resulted in damaged media. Think this will be the death of this software.


#6

I have been using it since its release and have damaged no media. Maybe if you told us what you were doing when your media got damaged we could help you.


#7

[QUOTE=alan1476;2139816]I have been using it since its release and have damaged no media. Maybe if you told us what you were doing when your media got damaged we could help you.[/QUOTE]

The media are not physical damaged, but did you try to write a DVD (Video) copy to the media? The content is damaged after copy. People who don’t test the content, will not know about this. I am not the only one who ran into this problem. I think, a lot of people use this software to backup some DVD (movies) and don’t know that all backups are damaged, because the writing process seems to burn write. Even a Media test with nero shows best results.
This is fu… bad.

And the worst thing at all: VSO knew about this problem: http://forums.vso-software.fr/version-4-1-1-t6783.html

I will never use this any more!