How To Copy A DVD Using DVD Fab & DVD Shrink





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Published on Aug 22, 2012

Learn how to copy a DVD using DVD Fab. DVD Fab breaks the copy protection on a DVD and allows you to copy the contents of a DVD to your computer hard drive. Then you can copy the DVD files to a blank DVD.

Download DVD Fab at their website:

If DVD Fab's DVD Copy feature has expired, you might be able to still copy a DVD using DVD Fab's HD Decrypter, then using DVD Shrink you can create a Main Movie DVD.

Download DVD Shrink at the following website:

Once you used DVD Fab or DVD Shrink, you can use any DVD burning software to burn a DVD ISO file to a blank DVD. Windows 7 & Vista have a built in ISO burner, otherwise you can use Nero or Roxio.

Single Layer DVDs are called DVD-R or DVD+R and hold about 4.7GB of data. Both types of DVDs work about the same, they are just competing formats. I've had problem with DVD+Rs and older DVD Players, but your hardware might like one format over the other, so you'll have to test each

Dual Layer DVDs are called DVD+R DL and hold about 8.5 GB. These are the preferred type of DVDs since you can make a perfect 1:1 copy of the original DVD, but they do cost more and you need a dual layer DVD burner.


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