1- Can process all movie, including menus and extras…
2- Very fast (in my first test, 67 minutes to do all process)
1- No subtitles in main movie.
2- Does’t have an option to decide compression rate of extras.
3- Doesn’t have option to choose languages and subs ( the default value is that it choose all languages and NO subs).
4- Very poor quality when transcoding (when choosing “full disk” option). *
The poor quality in my first test may be to the following problems:
-When you choose the “full disk” option, all audios are copied.
-The transcoding of all extras and menus are done “evenly”(same compression to movie, extras, and menus).
The result of this is, that less space is available for the new transcoded video.
In addition, to compress an amount so large requires a better transcoding engine.
As you see, when using DVD2one, less space is given for the transcoded movie. In addition, this space is share with more languages ( in my test for the movie, 1 language was choose for DVD95COPY, but 2 languages where copied by DVD2one).
Unless options to choose how many languages, how many subs, and compression ratio of extras is available, is better to use other programs to do the 1:1 copy, specially if “full disk” is bigger than 5.0 GB…