An intuitive and user-friendly application that serves to remove all content protections, as well as to copy and clone DVD and Blu-ray movies
|Updated||February 18 2019|
Fengtao Software N/A N/A
|Crack Size||181 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
As its name suggests, the purpose of DVDFab Copy Suite is to help you clone or backup DVD content. However, it also works with Blu-ray content and its functionality also includes burning the result to a disc.
The application shows the main steps of the copying operation from the get-go, and these are providing a source, activating one of the copy modes supported and initiating the task.
The intuitive interface leaves little room for mistakes, even in the case of beginners. A list of copy modes allows selecting what should be transferred: all disc content, just the main movie or particular parts.
Additional alternatives include splitting a DVD9, merging several discs into a single one, cloning a disc or converting Blu-ray content.
DVDFab Copy Suite features support for multi-core CPUs in order to bring the task to a finish quicker.
The content of the disc can be stored on the disc in a variety of formats but it can also be wrapped up as an ISO file. This comes in handy when you need to carry out the job and there is no media lying around to burn the data.
Customization options of the end result depend on the content available on the source. Overall, the program provides the possibility to choose from the subtitle and audio tracks available.
DVDFab Copy Suite Crack is an all-in-one suite for transferring disc content either to the hard disk or to a different storage media. It automatically detects the copy protection measures and removes them to allow content processing.
Also, keeping it connected to the web ensures that the list of copy protection is constantly updated to support the latest movies.
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