It could depend on what you mean by copying DVD films and games. The majority of commercial DVD-Video titles use dual-layer DVD discs with more than 4.7GB pre-recorded data on one side. Since there is no dual-layer DVD-R or DVD+R media available, they cannot be copied the way almost any CD-ROM disc can be copied to blank CD-R media.
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Absolutely! I have the drive and have already made backup copies of some movies using DVD Decrypter. Backups are fun as well. I use Ghost 2003, since Drive Image 2002 doesn’t work with DVDs…Symantec was smart enough to get with the program and include DVD as a writable format in the new version. I can back up 10 GB of data on 2 discs with room to spare. With the new firmware 1.0f I noticed that the drive is compatible with more media than originally stated. I use Phillips and Sony DVD+RW for the backups and either Verbatim, Sony, Fujifilm and some others for DVD-R and DVD+R. I love this drive…I don’t see why you wouldn’t, too! Sony did a good one here!!!
Ok where can I find some good guides for backing up my DVD movies I have tried dvd Wizard not much luck .Where I run into problems is when i look into the folder the Audio and the avi and there are vob files so how can I put them all togther thanks.I have a Sony DRU-500a and Nero burning software.