If you are looking for InterVideo DVDCopy, you have come to the right place. We explain what InterVideo DVDCopy is and point you to the official download.
What is InterVideo DVDCopy?
InterVideo DVDCopy is a program for backing up DVDs and material stored on most other disc media. The program is friendly even to neophytes: its interface shows the 3 simple steps users need to go through in order to perform a backup or copying task, namely source selection, device selection and exported filetype selection. Users can backup files on their computers or transfer them to other disc media, from Audio CDs to SVCDs. Preservation of all menu elements is possible and whole DVDs can be imaged for full duplication. Take note, however, that this does not mean you can create ISO files with it. Rather, the imaging functionality of the program produces multi-file Video_TS directories.
While users may decide to make use of its compression abilities to optimize the use of storage space—note, by the way, that said compression abilities can be set to run automatically, with the program doing the optimization—they may also choose to create 1:1 copies of their media instead. There are some options for customizing output contents. The program is unable to circumvent write-protection, however, so copy-protected discs cannot be backed up with it.
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File types supported by InterVideo DVDCopy
Our users primarily use InterVideo DVDCopy to open these file types:
About file types supported by InterVideo DVDCopy
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Last updated: : July 20, 2014