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DVDFab DVD Copy is popular worldwide, and is known for its power and
flexibility. It enables you to copy a DVD with six modes with few clicks and
customize the output with DVD Copy’s many settings. Here we’ll look at tutorials
with Full Disc mode.
Note: As of February 13, 2015, DVDFab releases latest official version 220.127.116.11.
Welcome to download page at http://www.dvdfab.cn/download.htm.
How to copy DVD movie using DVDFab DVD Copy Full Disc mode
With DVD Copy Full Disc mode, you can navigate the menu, 1:1 output or compress the movie to
smaller size which can be held in a DVD 5.
1. First is that you startup DVDFab, and then load the movie disc to the drive, and let DVDFab
load it automatically. If the DVD source is saved on your hard drive, you can use the “+Add”
button to browse for the source, or simply open the source in windows explorer, and then
drag and drop it to DVDFab like DVDFab says in the middle of its interface.
2. After the movie is loaded, you will have the below main interface. On the left panel, you can
change the movie name before the copy process starts. Near the bottom, decide where you
want to save the output file by changing the SAVE TO location. For Copy option, you will have
three options, which are standard DVD structure folder, ISO image file, as well as your burner.
If you choose your burner/drive as SAVE TO, you will burn the movie to blank media directly.
As you know, there is single layer disc (DVD5) as well as dual layer disc (DVD9) for output.
Please choose one of the outputs according to your need.
The Compression ratio will change according to the output you select. Let’s take the below one as
sample: 7280MB is the file size of the original movie, while 4300MB is the size of the output file.
The output file size can be adjusted in the Common Settings window. But we would suggest you
keep the default one (4300MB) which is considered as the safest option for most of the burning.
3. You can also hit the Advanced Settings button to open the advance settings window where
you can make some change to the file you gonna output.
As a note, if the movie itself doesn’t contain any DTS audio track, the “Remove DTS” option
will be grayed out. And the option about “Remove menus” can only be selected or
unselected when you use Customize mode.
For the Navigation part of the Advance Settings, as the message states, you will need to go to
the Common Settings window to manage it as it is relative to the Pathplayer feature.
4. Finally, after all the settings you might need to adjust, here simply hit the green START button
to start the process.
There will be two cases:
One is that you choose to output and save on your hard drive; the process will start right
after you hit START.
The other is you choose your burner as output, where you will be asked to insert a blank media
first before you the copy and burn process start.
5. Wait till the process completes; Or go to sleep: choose one of the options in the drop down
list of “When all tasks are done” near the bottom of DVDFab.