How to use Any DVD Cloner to copy protected or unprotected DVDs
Have you ever had a DVD Movie collection broken or lost? Have you ever wanted to backup movies but stopped by the copy protection in DVDs? Do you want to backup parts of the movies?
The answer is Any DVD Cloner. This product offer everything from exact 1:1 DVD copies to automatic compression and episode selection, which is a professional DVD ripper and DVD burning tool.
Get to know the interface of Any DVD Cloner
1) Main menu: enables users to access different tasks, choose language, configure options, exit program, etc;
2) Task buttons: implement some main tasks from the user interface easily;
3) DVD explorer: shows disk structure files after loading DVD;
4) Device: lets users choose input and output devices to complete different clone tasks;
5) Preview window: contains preview screen, position indicator, start button, stop button;
6) Action buttons: Eject DVD, Start copy action, Load DVD.
First,Insert a DVD in the DVD drive
The logo of your DVD drive will be changed into a disc shape with disc name:
Second,Load source DVD
Press the Load DVD button, then the file tree of this DVD will be shown in the DVD explorer section:
Third,Select clips to be cloned
In the DVD explorer, you are able to select the clips to be cloned. Below example skips some chapters and subtitles, and omit titleset 1 and 2:
Forth, Choose output device
In the drop down list of Output Device, there are many options. They can make different kinds of clone from the source DVD:
ISO Image File: this option will create ISO image file on hard disk;
DVD Folder: this option will backup DVD to local hard disk as folder;
Source DVD drive*: in this illustration, F: drive is the source DVD drive; remember not to select this one;
Output DVD drive*: no other DVD burner, or many other DVD burners; this depends on your computer hardware configuration.
Fifth, Start cloning
Different clone types come with different output device options:
1. If choose ISO Image File, Any DVD Cloner will ask you where to put the ISO file;
2. If choose DVD Folder, it will popup Browse For Folder window to let you set the output backup folder;
3. If choose another DVD burner, it will burn selected clips on another DVD.
After selectding clone type, click the red triangle Start Copy button on the right panel, then Any DVD Cloner will start cloning operation:
When below message prompts, your DVD is cloned successfully: