With the emergence and popularity of online movie rental services over the years, buying a movie no longer necessarily mean carrying a DVD around. However, some of us still prefer having physical copies of our movies on DVDs even though this might not be the best storage method.
Apart from movies, wedding videos, old movies and some special moment may be on DVDs, but it’s almost impossible to keep a DVD forever. A single drop might damage it and consistent scratches on the surface gradually render it useless.
This is why it’s important to have an efficient DVD software to handle the copying these discs to a more durable storage form.
Introducing DVDFab DVD Copy
DVDFab isn’t a new software. It has been around and this suite of useful programs has grown to be widely popular due to its efficiency. It consists of several programs, all focused on efficient management of your DVDs and Blu-Ray discs.
I’ve been trying the macOS version over the past few weeks and it does what it’s meant to do. Whether you have a MacBook or a Windows PC, the included DVD Copy software will work on your computer as there are different versions for each operating system.
The software offers a very easy way to backup or copy your DVD without hassles. One of the greatest advantages of DVDFab DVD Copy is the decrypter that works right out of the box. Unlocking your favorite disc and removing protection is done automatically, making DVDFab DVD Copy even easier to use.
A great software with cool functionalities without an intuitive user interface isn’t worth using, and DVDFab DVD Copy doesn’t disappoint in this regard. It offers a UI that’s easy to understand and work with even if you’re not so good with new software programs.
DVDFab DVD Copy isn’t just meant to copy DVDs, it does a whole lot of other things and comes with several features an average software in its category lacks.
Different copy modes
DVD Copy offers several copy modes that let you get to the task and get it over with on time. Just select from any and you’re good to go. It lets you copy the full disc if that’s what you need. In this mode, the whole disc is copied as is.
There’s also a mode that simply lets you copy the main movie without the extra stuffs and trailers on the disc. This is great especially if you’re trying to keep the size minimal.
You can as well split and merge your DVD, copy a DVD movie to an empty DVD disc or just do a full ISO image to keep on your external storage.
Remotely monitor tasks
Another great feature of the program is that it lets you remotely monitor the tasks’ progress with your mobile phone.
You can simply start copying a DVD, leave your notebook in the other room while you sit in front of your TV in the living room, monitoring the progress with your Android phone in one hand.
Is it worth the money?
DVDFab DVD Copy packs quite a lot of features into a single program. For instance, you won’t need a different software program to split or merge DVDs. It’s a solution that eliminates the need to have different programs performing these functions and it comes at a very reasonable price.
You can try the software fully for thirty 30 days. The free version works great with all features unlocked. The full version costs only $49.