How do I back up copy-protected DVDs for fire, theft, or other damage? Many people have hundreds of costly DVDs and I'll tell you how to copy protected DVDs to protect your investments and cause less pain for you.
Learning to read DVDs is much easier than most people think. And it is understandable that manufacturers wanted to get copyrighted material to prevent people from getting illegal copies, but what about us with honest people who would like to protect our expensive investments in the event of an accident. If you are like me, you spend a lot of money on your favorite movies and it would be very disappointing to break, steal, or lose you. That's why I want to tell you how to burn your DVD!
- DVDs, especially DVDs with copy protection, are the only software that is good for copying copy-protected DVDs. Many programs do not have this feature and when burning a copy protected DVD is important.
- The second essential feature of the process is obviously the DVD writer on the computer. Many new computers arrive at these, which have been installed or purchased as an option, and it's a great idea to include in the price because it is much cheaper. Make sure DVD-R is the DVD burner specification and not just a DVD player.
- Finally, you want quality, blank DVD burnable discs. This is an element you do not want to try. Check the packaging and see how many minutes you can write to the disc and compare it to the DVD you want to burn. Many times, when the disc is not large enough in memory, the quality of the copy is sacrificed.
All right for software, hardware and blank disks. What is coming now? After you install the burning software, you will have a tutorial that typically involves making a temporary copy of a DVD, or if you have two drives, it can be done at the same time as the copy is made. Then insert the blank disk and let it make the copy. And BAM! There is a backup of your favorite copy-protected DVD!