How to rip/copy/burn DVD?

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How to rip/copy/burn DVD?

Postby gloriadophi » Mon Mar 04, 2013 4:00 am

How do you deal with your DVD files normally—rip, copy or burn? And what software would you like to use to do the disposal?
Here are some powerful tools which can help you do the process, let’s have a look together.

The first is DVD Ripper, which is a professional DVD conversion software. It is very easy for DVD Ripper to rip DVD to video or audio formats and even HD video. More importantly, it has a list of other functions, such as adding watermark, editing display effect, trimming and merging function.The ripper also provides a friendly interface for you to use.


DVD Ripper can also help you set video and audio parameters, including Video Encoder, Resolution, Frame Rate, Video Bitrate, Audio Encoder, Sample Rate, Channels and Audio Bitrate. During conversion, you can preview the output video effect and take pictures of the favorite scene.

The second is DVD Copy. It aims to copy DVD disc to DVD disc, DVD folder or ISO image file. Also it can burn/clone local DVD folder and ISO image file to DVD disc.


You can copy DVD to DVD in 1:1 ratio and compress DVD-9 to DVD-5 with perfect quality. Moreover, users can select copy modes among Full, Copy, Main Movie and Customize. During the process, you can choose audio track and subtitle for the output DVD.

The third is DVD Creator. It helps you convert videos to DVD so that you can enjoy the video movies on DVD player.


You can create DVD folder and ISO image file from video movies. You can use this software to convert a video to any DVD format like DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW, DVD+R DL, DVD-R DL, DVD-5 and DVD-9. During the creation, users are allowed to adjust the brightness, contrast and saturation as well as do many other modifications.

All of the three tools provide the best quality and the fastest speed, as well as free trail. Users can make a choice to have a try.
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