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1 Click DVD Copy - Backup your DVD movies with this DVD Backup Software1Click DVD Copy FAQ - DVD Burning Software

Where can I get the free version of DVD43 - DVD43Free?
Why won't most DVD movies fit on a blank DVD without a special copying program?
What are the minimum requirements to use 1Click DVD Copy?
How long does it take to copy a DVD?
Can I copy a DVD to one DVD disk and keep all the extras too?
If I decide to compress the video, will it look as good as the original DVD?
Can I copy both NTSC and PAL DVD movies?
Can I try the software before I buy it? 
Do you add anything to a copied DVD that can be traced back to my computer?
Is it legal to copy a DVD?

Q. Where can I get the free version of DVD43 - DVD43Free?

A: You can learn more about DVD43 on the their official website.  You might try searching for "DVD43Free - Official Website" using a search engine like Google.

Q. Why won't most DVD movies fit on a blank DVD without a special copying program?

A: Most DVD movies that you buy or rent are recorded on "dual layered" commercial grade DVDs. These types of discs are known as "DVD-9" discs and they can hold up to 9 GB of data. Blank DVDs that you buy to copy movies are "single layered" and can only hold 4.7 GB of data. This means that in most cases, to fit a movie onto a single disc (which holds half as much data as the original DVD), you must either remove some of the extras (trailers, directors cuts, extra audio languages) or compress the video to make it all fit on a single disk.

DVD movies are already heavily compressed when you buy them. By increasing the level of compression by a small factor, the whole movie can easily fit on a single DVD and in most cases you will not see any difference compared to the original.

1Click DVD Copy will allow you to back up your DVD movies and gives you the flexibility you need to keep what you want. You can copy just the movie with the menus intact or include the extra features - the choice is yours.

Q: What are the minimum requirements to use 1Click DVD Copy?

Operating Systems Windows® 7,  Vista, XP or 2000.
Hard Drive (HDD) 5 GB of free space for single layer media, 10 GB for dual layer media.
DVD Writer DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R or DVD+RW
Blank DVD Media DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R or DVD+RW

Q: How long does it take to copy a DVD?

A: Copying speed is proportional to the speed of your computer. We performed our tests on a 3.0 GHz P4 computer that had a 8X DVD writer and a 16X DVD reader. To copy an average length movie (90 minutes), it takes about 45 minutes to copy the movie and another 10 minutes to burn the DVD. Copying time will vary with the length of the movie and the speed of your computer. Burning speeds are fixed by the DVD drive and media combination.

Q: Can I copy a DVD to one DVD disk and keep all the extras too?

A: Yes, absolutely. Our recommendation is that you remove extra audio languages and drop the extras when you can, this will allow more space for the feature film and provide you with better video quality. When we refer to extras, we are talking about anything other than the feature movie, which can be played on a standalone DVD player. Some DVDs come with software as well. Software and data files can be copied directly from the DVD to your hard disk using Windows. 1Click DVD Copy is not required to copy these files and is only intended to copy movie files (audio and video).

Q: If I decide to compress the video, will it look as good as the original DVD?

A: When copying to a DVD, in most cases you won't see any difference in the video quality for average length (90 minute) movies. In cases where the movie is very long (over two hours), you may see some reduction in video quality.

Q: Can I copy both NTSC and PAL DVD movies?

A: Yes, both DVD NTSC and PAL DVD movies can be copied.

Q: Can I try the software before I buy it?

We offer our customers a risk free trial. You can download the software and try it out before you buy. You can copy three movies before the trial version needs to be registered. We encourage our customers to download and try the software before buying. Click to Download

Q: Do you add anything to the copied DVD that can be traced back to my computer?

A: We don't add any copy protection to the DVDs you back up with our 1Click DVD Copy package. Some companies employ copy protection schemes that prevent a DVD from being copied again and also write specific information about your computer on the copied DVD. This information could be used by authorities to trace every DVD you copy, back to you.

Q: Is it legal to copy a DVD?

A: In some countries it's still considered illegal to copy a DVD, just as it once was to copy a music CD. Unlike audio CD's, fair use laws don't allow for copies to be made of DVDs because they are encrypted. The laws surrounding the encryption of DVD movies is currently being challenged in U.S. courts. We don't encourage or condone the use of 1Click DVD Copy to make illegal copies of DVD's.

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