Yes, of course. It is professional DVD clone software.
•Support Backup DVD movies onto your hard disk.
•Support copy and Burn DVD movies to DVD-R (W) and DVD+R (W) Disc.
•Support copy DVD-5 type DVD movies to one DVD-9(Dual Layer) disc.
•Support copy DVD-9 type DVD movies to one DVD-9(Dual Layer) disc.
•Support copy DVD-5 type DVD movies to one DVD-5 disc.
•Support compress DVD-9 type DVD movies to one DVD-5 disc.
•Support copy NTSC and PAL format DVD movies.
•Support copy any copyright protected DVD movies.
Oh, if you want to copy protected DVD or something, I think you need a DVD copy.
Just I know Aimersoft DVD Copy is a good choice, It can copy protected DVD which is restricted by css, region code or other copy protection and with it can copy DVD9 to DVD5, DVD9 to DVD9, DVD5 to DVD5 without quality loss.
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On the market in the DVD format currently are DVD5 (Single Layer) and DVD9 (Dual Layer). DVD5's are the most popular, hoever if you own a DVD with a movie that exceeds 120 minutes in length then chances are it's a DVD9. There is also DVD18 on the market which are Double-sided- Dual-layer DVD's and can hold 17GB of data compared to 8.5GB on DVD9 and 4.7GB on DVD5.
It depends on the quality or format that the movie is in...Movies come in .avi - divx - bluray - dvd5 - dvd9 - Highdefinition - others also. The size is determined by those qualifications. Lets just suppose that those 7 movies you refer to are DVD5 (standard vob-bak-ifo format) Then the size of those 7 movies (in Gigabytes) would be about 30 to 35 Gigs.
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DVD-5 (Single Side Single Layer)D5 holds around 4 700 000 000 bytes and that is 4.37 computer GB where 1 kbyte is 1024 bytes*. DVD+R/DVD+RW and DVD-R/DVD-RW support this format. This is the most common DVD Media, often called 4.7 GB Media.DVD-9 (Single Side Dual Layer)D9 holds around 8 540 000 000 bytes and that is 7.95 computer GB. DVD+R support this format. This media is called DVD+R9, DVD+R DL or 8.5 GB Media. A DVD-9 (dual layer) disc and hold 240 minutes of continuous video.From above we can know the most important difference between DVD9 and DVD5 is capacity, the capacity of DVD9 is twice as DVD5, and many wonderful DVD movies are DVD9 format. But now why we need to compress DVD9 movies to DVD5?First, DVD5 is cheaper than DVD9. If you want to make more copies of your favorite DVD movies, you'd better choose DVD5 disc to backup, it will save a lot of money.Second, also another important thing: D5 is reusable and environmentally friendly disc.You can see the disc you bought, which always display DVD-RW, DVD-R, etc. on their covers. A DVD-R is a write-once format, once you've burned the data onto that DVD platter, the disk is forever frozen with that information. Add the "W" to that, and you'll find that DVD-RW can be erased or rewritten up to a thousand times. In a similar way, the DVD+RW is defined as "DVD ReWritable" and DVD+R is defined as "DVD Recordable".The DVD-RW and DVD+RW we always see at the market are DVD5 disc, it means that if you want to rewrite your DVD disc, you should choose DVD5 disc to backup your DVD Movies and data, you can reuse your DVD5 disc to backup different movies or data, such as write, erase, write, erase, again and again.
DVD9 (economic_version) is a single sided dual layer DVD which can fit up to 8.5 GB or 7.95 computer GB which many commercial video DVDs are using today (a DVD-9 is basically two pressed plastic DVD-5s pressed together, they are not burned). Video DVD supports this format but DVD-R/W and DVD+R/W does not support this format.We have two types of casing for our DVD9 Box set, depending on titles and availability. Since a DVD9 has about double the storage space of a DVD5, it use less discs to make up the complete set. For this reason, the spine of the box is thinner than the spine of the DVD5 box set. It comes in a HARD CASE COVER. A DVD9 box set will open up similar to a book. The DVDs are store securely inside the panel(s).
You could buy a dual layer, 'DVD9' which can hold about 8.5GB
One way of creating a backup copy of your favorite DVD movies is to save it into your hard drive. Saving a copy into your hard drive can be done in either of the two ways: (1) by simply copying the .vob files in your DVD and saving it into your hard disk using Microsoft's copy and paste option or (2) by ripping the DVD using a DVD Ripper software like Pavtube ByteCopy, it is a process where the DVD files will be encoded into a single compressed file while preserving the video and audio quality.I would recommend the 2nd option because by ripping the DVD you can save a lot of hard disk space. If you are copying a DVD5 (single layer DVD) movie into your hard drive, by doing option 1 you will need at least 4.7GB of free hard disk space or 9GB for DVD9 (dual layer DVD) unlike ripping the DVD where you will only need more or less 700mb for DVD5 and around 2GB for DVD9. There is really a big difference in terms of file size unless you have a very huge capacity hard disk available. Another advantage also of ripping the DVD is that you can choose what file format you like for your encoded movie file such as .avi, mp4, .wmv, .asf, .flv etc. so you can play and watch them easily using your DVD player software.
Saving a copy into your hard drive can be done in either of the two ways: (1) by simply copying the .vob files in your DVD and saving it into your hard disk using copy and paste option or (2) by ripping the DVD using a DVD Ripper software, it is a process where the DVD files will be encoded into a single compressed file while preserving the video and audio quality. I would recommend the 2nd option because by ripping the DVD you can save a lot of hard disk space. If you are copying a DVD5 (single layer DVD) movie into your hard drive, by doing option 1 you will need at least 4.7GB of free hard disk space or 9GB for DVD9 (dual layer DVD) unlike ripping the DVD where you will only need more or less 700mb for DVD5 and around 2GB for DVD9. There is really a big difference in terms of file size unless you have a very huge capacity hard disk available. Another advantage also of ripping the DVD is that you can choose what file format you like for your encoded movie file such as .avi, mp4, .wmv, .asf, .flv etc. so you can play and watch them easily using your DVD player software.
yes there is such a thing but i dont know how. a bigger hard drive will need to be replaced and the software will need to be updated Improved by NicoLoco: You can not copy any games to your hard drive, so I see no reason to get a larger Xbox360 drive. You do, on the other hand, need to convert the game from DVD5 X1 to DVD9 X60 ISO. It is not easily done, but software like XDVD Mulleter give you a helping hand. Many games have been released through scene-groups as converted games ported to the 360. Improve by ninjahippo: you can convert it but u have to change hardwear and softwear and in the end you could afford a brand new xbox or u just might screw your first one up.
It depends on the size of the movie which you want to burn to dvd. If the movie size is too big, you'd better use dvd9 which has more space for the movie. DVD-5 ，SS-SL or Single Side Single Layer，4.7G DVD-9 ，SS-DL or Single Side Double Layer，8.5G
A DVD-ROM is a general term describing any DVD medium that cannot be written to by end-users.To answer your question in another way: there are a lot of different types of DVD. Types most commonly found are mini-DVD's (1.4 GB), dual-layer mini-DVD's (2.6 GB), DVD-R/+R/-RW/+RW (4.7 GB), DVD-DL/DVD9 (8.5 GB) or DVD-RAM (4.7 or 9.4 GB depending on single or dual layers).