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DVD X Copy Xpress - Make High Quality Backup Copies of DVD - PC software

3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)

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  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • ASIN: B0000A0S37
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 19, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,887 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)

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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Try it first July 16, 2003
I've seen quite a few reviews by people who either love this software, or those that can't get it to work. Download the demo and try it first. If it works, you'll like it. If the demo doesn't work, don't buy it.
The demo worked just fine for me, so I purchased the software. It does what it says it will do with absolutely no hassle. In fact, the lack of setup options may almost be a drawback. There are really almost no options available at all. You put the disc in, hit copy, and you get a copy.
What you get a copy of is the movie on the disc. You get no menus, (although the chapters are there for skipping through the disc) no additional audio tracks, no special features, and only 1 subtitle track. If the movie is still too big for a single disc, it compresses it (suprisingly quickly at that). For me, this is perfectly adequate. All I really need is the ability to create a copy of the actual movie. The video and audio qualities of the resulting discs looked as good as the original. I noticed no additional dithering in the picture and the dolby digital surround stream was completely intact.
Speed depends more on your system than the software. Mine took a little over an hour to copy a disc on a P4-1.7 with 256MB and a Sony DRU-510A Dvd burner using 4x media.
If you want additional features, you have to buy the non-express copy of the software. With that you'll get options to pick and choose what features to keep. Unfortunately the non-Express version has no compression feature, so many DVD's will be split to 2 discs. What they really need to do is combine the features of both programs. They offer a Gold version, but it's really just copies of both programs, but still not sharing features.
If you want to make no-hassle copies of ANY dvd on a single disc, and don't care about extra features on the disc, this product works great and couldn't be easier.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars More work than it might be worth. November 2, 2003
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I bought this because I have around 50 DVD's and do not want to purchase the same ones if they damage becuase, like so many people out there I value my stuff. I installed it, it didn't work. I called the tech support at their NON 800 number, even though they say in the DVD package that they have one, but they really don't, it's a long distance number depending where you live. Anyway, the tech said that I had to get rid of some things such as my Roxio Cd Creator Drag to Disc feature becuase it blocks the DVD X copy from getting the info to the DVD burner, I also had to disable my Norton Anti-virus, which was no problem. So I go to make a copy but now I am faced with more problems. I am getting every image heavily pixelated and the movie is unbearable to watch so I had to download some more software to stop the pixelation. I did not mention that I had to unistall & install the DVD X Copy Express about 7 times and I had to purchase a 2.0 USB because it WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY with just a 1.1. Some movies like Animatrix and the Gladiator would not play in some players while they worked fine in others(would not play in my Sony DVD player but played in my Playstation 2? Weird),
but as of late the DVD's are coming out ok. It's just a lot of aggrevation, work, and money at first that you want to stick the software up back up their ass. Buy with caution, time, and patience.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars No brainer dvd backup, but it's not so easy. January 7, 2004
Ok, backing up DVD movies is a bit of an art. The problem is that the movies you buy on DVD are a different resolution than the DVD blank media you can buy this was done on purpose to keep you from doing a 1:1 perfect copy. DVDXCopy Xpress handles this problem for you by stripping away menus, non-English tracks, bonus material, etc and it re-encodes the movie recompresses it at a small loss of quality over the original (you won't notice). That's great and all, the problem is that there is an much better shareware program called DVD-Shrink that does this exact same thing much better! DVD-Shrink is like DVD XCopy XPress on steriods, it lets you decide what to keep and what to ditch. You can keep the menus and bonus stuff, chapter selection, etc.. much better product than this and best of all it's free, only requirement of DVD-Shrink is that you must have a program like Nero 6 that can burn a ISO DVD-Video.
Another problem with DVDXCopy Xpress is that it's not compatible with all players and all media types (this is because it can't always tell that you have say 2.4x blank DVD+R media in your DVD burner that supports up to 4x) it can burn coasters. Using the two program approach DVD-Shrink + Nero allows you to rely on the top shelf DVD burning engine of Nero to do the burning work and other software to do the ripp.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Freeware does the samething--BETTER! February 17, 2004
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As reviewer Jeremy notes, there is a freeware product that is much superior to everything.
The problem one reviewer was having is that he had his DVD-Drive on "auto-load" this causes the CSS encryption to kick in. You have use a program like AnyDVD which runs in the background and automatically decrypts and blocks that Macrovision crap.
but why pay $55 bucks and THEN have to use another product?
No reason. Use DVDShrink as Jeremy notes.
The web address for the newest version is: [...]
However, many of use prefer the last beta which can be found at Doom9's site which provides detailed instructions for making your LEGAL backup copies of the DVDs you've spent your hard earned money upon.
Remember, it is perfectly legal to make a cassettte tape back up of your latest NSYNC CD; by the legal doctrine of analogy, it's perfectly legal to make an archival copy of software--and that's all a DVD is: a recepticle of software.
Given that the MPAA appears to have caught the RIAA's rabes infection, grab all of this software from US companies while you can; shortly the only place it may be available is Russia, China and Eastern Europe.
There is no argument that holds any water that denies me the right to create back ups of the $1000+ I've invested in my DVD collection. What is there's a fire? Why should I have to buy all my DVDs AGAIN? Of course, I shouldn't and I won't have to.
Piracy is copyright violation for money.
Back-up copies are a consumer's inherent right to protect his investment in his collection.
I take heart. For every content "protection" rackett they come up with, some fifteen year old cracks it within a few days.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
1.0 out of 5 stars the product had no responsible customer service to help install it...
Obviously, the creaters of the product are out of business, so iyou can' get support to be able to register an install the dvd. Read more
Published 16 months ago by clark d. seymour
1.0 out of 5 stars This software does NOT work !
The product needs to be activated by Studio 123 which they have gone out of business some years ago !!
Without activation, the software does NOT work !! Read more
Published 18 months ago by Bahman Soltani
5.0 out of 5 stars Works great
Dvd x-copy works great for making bootleg copies of new movies and selling them in the city on the corner for like 5 bucks a piece. Read more
Published on September 17, 2011 by hard_to_please
1.0 out of 5 stars Buyers beware! Badly bootlegged software!
Since the 321 studios was court ordered to stop production of this product many bootlegged copies of this software have found their way onto the market. Read more
Published on November 25, 2006 by J. Forgash
5.0 out of 5 stars DVD XCOPY IS AWESOME
Published on May 24, 2006 by James M. Farley
1.0 out of 5 stars Zero Customer Support
The program would (apparently) copy the DVD, but when a blank DVD was placed in the burner...NOTHING happened. Read more
Published on April 9, 2004
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product
This is a great product and have used it to backup all my DVD's. Fast and easy to use and would recommend this product above all the products I have tried. Read more
Published on March 10, 2004 by "aunt_d"
4.0 out of 5 stars Working fine so far....
Got this product in December and have only had a few minor problems. Backed up 45 of my dvds with only 1 disk being bad. Read more
Published on February 26, 2004 by Copiedthought
4.0 out of 5 stars Works well, easy to use and quick!
Not only does this program make PERFECT copies of a DVD, it makes them relatively quickly. DVD X Copy Xpress also can copy the ENTIRE DVD onto one blank DVD R. Read more
Published on February 15, 2004 by H. A Huffman
1.0 out of 5 stars avoid it!
This is a huge waste of money - the "copies" are horribly degraded versions of the movie you're trying to backup. Read more
Published on January 30, 2004
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