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DVDXCopy to be released this Friday

Written by Jari Ketola @ 04 Nov 2002 6:44 User comments (2)

DVDXCopy to be released this Friday The eagerly awaited DVDXCopy, the software that can make perfect backup copies of DVD movies, from 321Studios is nearing it's release to pre-order customers. The latest, and possibly final beta was released yesterday for betatesters. The official release date for the final product is now Friday, November 8, 2002.
During the past couple of weeks the AfterDawn.com community has been helping 321Studios in beta-testing the product. The progress has been amazingly rapid, and at the current state of development DVDXCopy is compatible with the majority of DVD-R and DVD+R drives on the market and capable of backing up most of the movies out there.

The full discussion so far can be read at:
http://forums.afterdawn.com/thread_view.cfm/8552

We have now opened the official DVDXCopy support forum at:
DVDXCopy.afterdawn.com
All future discuscussion regarding DVDXCopy should be directed there.

Read more about DVDXCopy and pre-order your copy today to get a $20 discount before the product is released at DVDXCopy.com.

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2 user comments

15.11.2002 5:50

I'd be interested to know how this software can make a duplicate of dual layer DVDs, i.e. Would it split it on two DVD+/-Rs / double sided DVD-R or compress the movie so it fits on one DVD-R.

25.11.2002 5:57

It splits the movie automatically to two discs, thus requiring no brainpower from the end-user.


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