How to copy a DVD

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DVD Player

Panasonic DVD Player KXL-CB35AN. A DVD-ROM/CD-RW device made by Panasonic.
Panasonic DVD Player KXL-CB35AN. A DVD-ROM/CD-RW device made by Panasonic.

You need a software to copy a DVD


Want to copy a DVD? How to copy a DVD? Want to know about?

It is not a difficult task. Copying DVD is easy. First of all you need software to copy a DVD. There are various software available in the market. Some are free and some charges money from you. The software is "Cyber link Power Producer".

Do not have this software? You can get this from

http://www.cyberlink.com/downloads/trials/powerproducer/download_en_US.html This is a free download for a trial version. You have to purchase the software for better version.

There is another software for copying a DVD.

You can use Nero Start Smart Essential. This is very good software for copying a DVD. You can burn your CD and DVD with this software. It can take back up of your files too. You may use some other software available free to download if you wish so.

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The internals of a Mustek V56L DVD-Video-Player
The internals of a Mustek V56L DVD-Video-Player

Install Nero Smart Essential 7 to copy DVD


Firstly, Install Nero Smart Essential 7 or later versions.

You can download it. After downloading Nero Smart Essential you have to install it. You will have to go to set up option in down load. Down load the set up. You can start set up by double clicking it. It will install the program in your computer. Wait for few minutes and allow to complete the process.

After Installing Nero Smart you have to click start it in the desk top.

Click→Start→Programs→Nero Essentials→Audio→Nero Express Essentials

Now a dialog box will appear.

Now click on "Image, Project, Copy" Tab.

On the other side click on →"Copy Entire DVD".

Now you will get the dialog box as shown.

Specify the Source Drive and then Destination Drive.

Also Specify the Writing Speed and the Number of Copies To be Created.

Specify destination where you want to save DVD Image.

Click→Copy.

Is not it very easy process? Now what to think? Start doing it your own. If you have any problem you can mail to me.

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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi Jacob,

Thanks for visiting the hub and also thanks for your comments.

Jyoti Kothari


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jacobkuttyta 6 years ago from Delhi, India

Thanks for the useful information.


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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Hi oOLAISHOLA84,

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my hub how to copy a DVD.

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JYOTI KOTHARI 6 years ago from Jaipur Author

Anamika,

Thanks for your comment.

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Anamika S 6 years ago from Mumbai - Maharashtra, India

This is something I was looking for. Thanks for sharing!


Prashant Zakhotia 7 years ago

Jyoti,

This has solved lot of my problems. I was facing problem in opying DVD since long time. Thanks for a useful article.

Prashant


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maotianwu201 7 years ago

thank


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Jessica Horn 7 years ago

thanks for sharing! I actually found this by searching for this exact topic. A very good step-by step guide.


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DashCoverman 7 years ago from Weslaco Texas

Just the information I needed. Good blog


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H P Roychoudhury 7 years ago from Guwahati, India

It shows you not only keep your expertise in ornaments but also in computer gadgets.

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