TDMore DVD Copy, Blu-ray Copy, DVD Converter, Blu-Ray Converter Software Review

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Welcome to Myce’s review of the TDMore software product portfolio.
TDMore is a new brand that specialises in DVD and Blu-ray copying and conversion software.
The TDMore portfolio of products, includes -
TDMore DVD Copy – which supports the copying of your collection of DVDs.
TDMore Blu-ray Copy – which supports the copying of your collection of Blu-rays.
TDMore DVD Converter – which supports the conversion of DVDs to any video file format, so that, for example, they can be viewed on a mobile device, such as a Smart Phone.
TDMore Blu-ray Converter – which supports the conversion of Blu-rays to any video file format, so that, for example, they can be viewed on a mobile device, such as a Smart Phone.
TDMore’s products can be purchased and downloaded from their website – www.tdmore.com.
The products may be licensed separately or as a bundle. At the time of publishing this review all four products were available as a bundle for USD 99.
Is this good value for money? Please read this review to find out.

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#2

Same as DVD Fab, nothing new.


#3

[QUOTE=botika;2733891]Same as DVD Fab, nothing new.[/QUOTE]

Not exactly TDMore will decrypt new movies without having to call home.
A big plus in my book. :iagree:


#4

Does it have a changelog to say what bugs have been fixed and what dvds and blu ra disks are supported


#5

Quite an intuitive and attractive looking interface too.

[B]Wombler[/B]


#6

Doesn’t have the ability to copy a full blu-ray (with menus and etc.) and choose audio or subtitle track to be copied (found in Clone DVD 2, from Elaborate Bytes). Sadly that Clone DVD 2 copy only DVDs.


#7

Looks a bit like Cyberlink stuff…on steroids…:bigsmile:


#8

I haven’t done Blu-rays in a while now but according to there site:

Full Disc Mode: Copy the Entire Contents on the Blu-ray

Full Disc mode copies everything on the Blu-ray disc, including menus, feature movie, extras, commercials, bonus content, etc, in size of BD 50 BD 25 as you like.

And

Clone Mode: Duplicate lossless 1:1 Blu-ray Disc Perfectly

Clone mode perfectly makes 1:1 bit to bit Blu-ray copy without any quality loss. This suits best for those Blu-ray fans that put output quality top on the first of their priority lists.


#9

Great review JR, very interesting program for for what it does I bet it does it well, and the price is right, it decrypts and compresses all for 39.99 for a Lifetime license. Plus from their website you can get all 4 programs for 99.00 and Lifetime serials and updates. Great program and better review.:bow:


#10

[QUOTE=botika;2733901]Doesn’t have the ability to copy a full blu-ray (with menus and etc.) and choose audio or subtitle track to be copied (found in Clone DVD 2, from Elaborate Bytes). Sadly that Clone DVD 2 copy only DVDs.[/QUOTE]
You cant compare the two programs, and its not sad at all that CloneDVD2 only does DVDs, that’s what it was designed to do.:wink:


#11

Just curious, does anyone know if this will make a 1:1 clone copy of a DVD-A disc? Fab is the only retail software to date that can do that. Any other software just gives you the contents of the VIDEO_TS folder.


#12

[QUOTE=CDan;2733912]Just curious, does anyone know if this will make a 1:1 clone copy of a DVD-A disc? Fab is the only retail software to date that can do that. Any other software just gives you the contents of the VIDEO_TS folder.[/QUOTE]
Not sure Dan as I have not used this program for that, making a full1:1 of an audio DVD is usually done with another excellent program. There are a few, I would just use this program for its intended use, which is DVD and Bluray .


#13

FWIW, there’s currently a 30% off sale, so the full bundle is $69 with the coupon code.

[B]Issue:[/B]
The only way to get the full bundle is by downloading and installing each of the 4 programs individually. This results in almost 350MB of drive space consumed. This is unacceptable and massive bloat.


#14

[QUOTE=CDan;2733923]FWIW, there’s currently a 30% off sale, so the full bundle is $69 with the coupon code.

[B]Issue:[/B]
The only way to get the full bundle is by downloading and installing each of the 4 programs individually. This results in almost 350MB of drive space consumed. This is unacceptable and massive bloat.[/QUOTE]
Hi Dan, I admit 320mbs used to be massive but with todays Hard drives and even SSDs, 320mbs is nothing. I remember when Nero was taking up almost 2Gbs and we were calling it bloatware and that was well deserved, but today, 320mbs is the size of a small .mp4 file. LOL.:wink:


#15

[QUOTE=CDan;2733912]Just curious, does anyone know if this will make a 1:1 clone copy of a DVD-A disc? Fab is the only retail software to date that can do that. Any other software just gives you the contents of the VIDEO_TS folder.[/QUOTE]

Answering my own question: it won’t even open a DVD-A disc, even one with DVD-V content. It says the disc is not readable.

Hi Dan, I admit 320mbs used to be massive but with todays Hard drives and even SSDs, 320mbs is nothing. I remember when Nero was taking up almost 2Gbs and we were calling it bloatware and that was well deserved, but today, 320mbs is the size of a small .mp4 file.

True enough, but its still WAY more than it needs to be. The full Fab package is about 1/3 that size, and you don’t have to install and activate 4 separate programs. I realize this is “cheap” software, I was just irked that I had to deal with multiple programs instead of one with multiple functions. Seems like lazy programming.


#16

Seems that europeans who wanna buy software always are ripped off…even with discounts applied.
This 1 is 92.4$ for me,because they wanna charge 69€
Seems that lots of companies think we’re milk cows…no currency conversion,they handle 1$ as 1€…and then they wonder why their sales are so poor in Europe!:rolleyes:
For the correct conversion I maybe would’ve bought it,as 69$ is about 52€,but now I’ll pass…as the price difference is about 30 % more expensive than for US customers .:Z


#17

[QUOTE=botika;2733891]Same as DVD Fab, nothing new.[/QUOTE]It sure is because Dvdfab makes it but the price is right and for everyone that ever hated the AIO Dvdfab product this is fantastic news.:smiley:


#18

Great Program very happy with it and great that it dosen’t require the internet


#19

I had hopes that it was a new actor on the Blu-ray decryption scene. There’s safety in numbers, in case any of the market leaders (Slysoft, Fengtao) should succumb to MPAA’s extortion and bite the dust. But apparently, TDMore is just another alias of Fengtao’s, possibly in an effort to re-enter the US market with a new brand name that has yet to be stained by legal threats…


#22

[QUOTE=ILLP;2734014]I have tried all four of the programs on Windows 8.1 64 bit and they work just fantastic.:)[/QUOTE]

Great to know!:wink:

[QUOTE=DVDranger;2734015]So is TDMore a try of Fentago Enterprises to sell the decrypter this way? However to play my card, another software that leave the customer in the rain about Cinavia [/QUOTE]

You could look @ this from another angle : another decrypter that can be used with DvdRanger CinEx or with CinEx utility to remove Cinavia…:iagree: