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Here is one review on Sothink DVD Copy.Now let’s see the guides together,hope to help you
better understand the software.
One:Review On Sothink DVD Copy
Up to 6 different backup modes
Simple and user-friendly UI design
Blazing fast backup speed
Excellent backup quality
Built-in DVD decrypter
Less options on UI language support
Sothink DVD Copy just came into people’s sight a short while ago, being a relative new player in the
DVD backup filed, which cannot be even fiercer, what it offers on table yet may far beyond what
people might have expected. From an overall view, this DVD backup tool serves multiple purposes,
simply due to its versatility.
Sothink DVD Copy software comes with 6 different backup modes, which are Full Disc, Main
Movie, Customize, Split, Merge and Clone/Burn. Those 6 modes all have their distinctive
merits, which accommodate various backup needs from all walks of customers. The Full Disc
mode copies everything on the disc, including the supplements and bonus content, to
computer HDDs as DVD movie folder or ISO image file, or burn them directly onto blank
DVD-5 or DVD-9 discs. Contrary to the Full Disc mode, the Main Movie mode copies only the
feature-length title itself, usually the one with the longest runtime. The Customize mode allows
customers to select the wanted content to copy and ditch the unwanted stuff. The Split mode
copies a feature-length title from a DVD-9 disc onto two blank DVD-5 discs without losing a
single slice of video quality. Literally, the Merge mode allows users to combine multiple titles
from different DVDs together to form on DVD. The Clone/Burn mode makes a perfect 1:1
lossless copy of the original DVD disc.
Like the backup quality, backup speed is also a core benchmark to evaluate a DVD copy
software. In this regard, many competitors have already done quite a splendid job. But, this
does not prevent SothinkMedia Software from going even further. It allows you to take
advantage of Intel Quick Sync and NIVIDIA CUDA GPU hardware acceleration to make the
backup speed lightning fast, say it takes only around 10 minutes to backup a 8.5GB DVD-9
disc. You cannot reject a speed like this, can you?
In common folks’ views, quality and speed may run in an opposite direction. Yet, this is not
always the fact. Sometimes, one can achieve both. A good living example is here,
according to the test I’ve made, the video quality of the final backup DVD surprises me
quite a lot, I cannot notice any downgrading, the image is sharp, clear as the one I’ve got
on the original DVD, and the fidelity of the audio is also well preserved. Of course, if you
choose to compress the content to a smaller size, there will sure be certain quality loss,
however, that is nothing to naked human eyes, simply because naked eyes cannot tell a
A relatively new experience in the DVD backup realm does not keep SothinkMedia Software
away from making Sothink DVD Copy a piece of prominent DVD copy software. Considering
its comparatively lower price tag, $36.99 for one year’s subscription and $56.99 for a lifetime
subscription, and its reluctance to compromise on versatility, speed, and output video quality,
your money is well spent and your old fashioned DVDs are taken care of, in a good manner.
Plus, it offers a 30 day long free trial, absolutely quite a bargain.
For more information, please visit: http://www.sothinkmedia.com/dvd-copy.htm