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DVD X Copy XPRESS v3.0 released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 23 Jul 2003 14:55 User comments (5)

321 Studios released a major update to their "one-click transcoding tool", DVD X Copy XPRESS that allows backing up any DVD-Video disc to a single DVD-R (or DVD+R, DVD-RW, DVD+RW) disc.
The new version, XPRESS v3.0, adds finally an option to backup a full DVD-Video disc -- not just the movie -- to a single blank recordable disc, including the menus and extras.

Full changelog is here:
  • Option to back up the entire disc
  • Support for Sanyo/Optorite drives
  • Product activation from a another computer with internet access


Trial version of XPRESS is available through 321 Studios website.

More information: Official DVD X Copy support forums

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5 user comments

123.7.2003 19:23

I purchased the pioneer 106d dvd burner and install dvdcopyxpress and can't make a backup copy. I can burn data and make a dvd from an meg file, but can't get a movie backup. It appears to burn but nothing reads it????

224.7.2003 1:37

Please, all XPRESS/Xcopy support questions should be posted to these forums: http://dvdxcopy.afterdawn.com/


Petteri Pyyny (pyyny@twitter)
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324.7.2003 4:37

Sorry to continue the thread, but i think that DVD X Copy Xpress is mean't for DVD back up on to CD's. If you have a DVD Writer then you dont need this. I could be wrong. As the DVDXCopy forum that dRD said.


424.7.2003 4:54

Oriphus: Nope, it's equivalent for DVD2One, Shrink, etc, i.e. copies DVD-9 discs to single DVD-R.


Petteri Pyyny (pyyny@twitter)
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524.7.2003 4:56

(No), Chris, XPress is meant for DVD-burning.

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