How to Copy DVD to A Blank Disc?
Legitimate DVDs are valuable and some are even hard to get, that's the reason why many DVD zealots are reluctant to play their beloved DVD discs. It's what a qualified DVD enthusiasm and collector does, but not the purpose a DVD disc used for.
Now, you can enjoy whatever DVD discs you like without the worry about the inevitable damage or loss of your DVD discs due to the repeated playback, because Sothink DVD Copy, a practical and intuitive DVD copy software will help you copy your legitimate DVD discs to much cheaper blank discs to let you view your favorite DVD movies whenever you want.
Now, I will guide you how to copy DVD to a blank disc with Sothink DVD Copy in details.
Step 1: Download and install Sothink DVD Copy
Download one SothinkMedia launcher either from the download page or from the product page, and then install it per the instructions. If you've completed the purchase for Sothink DVD Copy, then activate it by inputting the right user name and password you set in. If you haven't decided whether invest your money on it, you can try it for free within 30 days.
Step 2: Choose DVD Copy, and load the source
Choose DVD Copy among the products listed on the main interface, then the related operation window will be brought out. Load the DVD you are about to copy by clicking the "+" or "+Add" button.
Step 3: Choose one copy mode and the write drive for copying the DVD to
According to your need, choose one copy mode among the provided options: Full Disc, Main Movie, Customize, Merge, Split and Clone/Burn. Then select the audio tracks and subtitles among the embedded items recognized by Sothink. If the source is DVD-9, while you just got DVD-5, then you can compress it by changing the output size. Notice that, if the copy mode you chose is Clone/Burn, then there will be a lossless DVD backup. That means, the output titles, audio & subtitle stream and output size will be totally the same as the source and unchangeable.
After that, move down to the Save to part. Choose your write drive by clicking the drop-down list button.
Step 4: Begin to copy
Now that you've made all settings feel right for your need, just click on the Start button to run the DVD backup. Once the Start button is triggered, Sothink begins to check the writable media. Then, your write drive will eject automatically to ask you to insert one blank disc into the optical drive of your PC. Bear in mind that only if what you've inserted in is a blank or erasable disc can the copying task be executed. And the final processing time will fall between several minutes and 20 minutes based on your PC hardware performance, the source size and the writing speed of the write drive.
OK, finished! Now, you can keep your legitimate DVD discs well and enjoy your favorite DVDs with the burned discs. Have a nice time!
For more information, please visit: http://www.sothinkmedia.com/dvd-copy.htm.