Some DVD collectors are still seeking for the way to copy DVD disc to a blank DVD disc for backup, even now the DVDs are no longer popular. Actually, DVD to DVD copy is a complex process, not to mention that most DVDs have copyright protection. But with VideoSolo DVD Copy, things will be easier.
For simplicity, we will directly share the instructions on how to copy DVD to DVD disc next. Before we start, you can choose to know some basic things. Or you can go to part 2 to view the steps.
Learn Some Basic Principles of DVD Copy
#1. Copy Protected DVD
We know most commercial DVD movie discs are protected or region restricted. So, to copy these protected DVD disc, we firstly have to remove the copyright protection or region code. Then we can start copying the DVD structures. Not all DVD copy software can decrypt DVD protections but VideoSolo DVD Copy can. That's why we recommend it here.
VideoSolo DVD Copy is specially desgined for the DVD movie lovers who want to back up their DVDs to prevent then from damage or lost. It can copy both homemade and commercial DVD disc to blank DVD, ISO image or DVD folder at 1:1 ratio. When it detect the protection on the disc, it will automatically remove them from the DVD disc.
It takes a great convenience to back up DVD movie disc for these DVD users. Better still, it has a trial version tht offers 3 free chances to copy DVDs. You can download it from:
When There're 2 Disc Drive:
1. Insert the source disc to a readable disc drive and insert the blank disc to a writable disc drive.
2. Open VideoSolo DVD Copy and choose the source and target.
3. Copy the source DVD disc to blank DVD disc.
When There's 1 Disc Drive
As you only have 1 disc drive, you can copy your DVD disc to ISO image file then burn the ISO image to DVD. VideoSolo DVD Copy can both do that for you.
Note: Make sure your disc drive is recordable and writable.
1. Insert the source disc to the disc drive.
2. Open VideoSolo DVD Copy and copy the source disc to ISO image file.
3. Take out the source disc and insert the blank disc to the disc drive.
4. Import the ISO image file and burn the ISO image to the blank DVD disc.
Well, now you can go to next part to see how to use VideoSolo DVD Copy to finish the task above. In addition, policies on copying DVD discs are different from countries to countries. Before you try to copy DVD disc to another DVD disc or computer, make sure you're not against the local laws. At the same time, we should insist on having every right to get a copy of DVD discs we've already purchased. This post aims to provide effective and easy to use solutions on copying DVD discs that we've already owned for private use only, no encouragement on copying rent or borrowed DVD discs with the purpose of commercial profit.
How to Clone All DVD Movie Disc with Few Steps
Step 1. Launch VideoSolo DVD Copy
Install the VideoSolo DVD Copy on computer and then launch it. Next, insert your source disc to the disc drive. If you have 2 disc drives, you can insert the blank disc to another drive.
Step 2. Import Source/Set Traget
Now from the "File" > "Select Source" to choose the source DVD disc. Then choose "Select Target" to set the output file. You can choose the disc drive which include the blank disc. If you only have 1 disc drive, you need to choose ISO image file as your output.
Step 3. Clone DVD to DVD
To keep the 1:1 original quality, you'd better select "Full Movie" from the copy mode options. Then click on "Next" > "Start" to duplicate your DVD movie disc. Usually, it will take some time to finish the copy. You can do other things and let the program alone.
Step 4. Burn ISO to DVD (For 1 Disc Drive)
If you only have 1 drive, you need to one more step - burn the ISO image to DVD. Insert a blank disc to your disc drive and repeat Step 1 to Step 3. Please noted that here you need choose your ISO image file as the Source and the blank disc as output.
Do you know how to copy your DVD disc to DVD with VideoSolo DVD Copy? If you still have problems, contact the support team and they will help you solve them.
[Free] How to Copy Unprotected DVD on Windows 10/7
Generally, if your DVD disc is non-protected, you can follow the steps below to copy DVD to DVD for free on Windows 10/Windows 7.
Step 1. Insert source DVD disc into the disc drive and copy the entire content from the disc to computer.
Step 2. Take out the source disc and insert a blank disc into the drive. When the computer read the disc successfully, it will pop up a window and you need select "Burn files to disc".
Step 3. Then, on the popup "Burn to disc" window, give a "Disc title" and then choose "With a CD/DVD Player" option to burn created DVD folder to DVD.
Step 4. Finally, drag and drop your DVD content on computer to the DVD burning window that shows desktop.ini for burning to blank DVD disc.
This free method can only be applied to the unprotected DVD movie disc. If you want to back up your protected DVD movies, you'd better select VideoSolo DVD Copy.