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DVDXCopy XPRESS v2.5.1 released

Written by Petteri Pyyny (Google+) @ 13 Jun 2003 14:52 User comments (3)

321 Studios have released a new version of their DVD-9 to DVD-/+R tool, XPRESS. The new version, XPRESS v2.5.1 fixes couple of bugs from the previous (2.5.0) version and adds support for multiple languages.
The full changelog is here:
  • Added:
    • Support for English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, and Portuguese languages.
  • Fixed:
    • Browsing for a temp directory has been fixed.
    • Fullscreen/Widescreen selection has been enhanced and may fix some titleset issues.
    • Fixed issues with the audio language Ask Me option.

As usual, more information can be found from official DVDXCopy forums and the latest version of DVDXCopy XPRESS can be downloaded from here.

More information: Official DVDXCopy forums

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3 user comments

111.1.2005 6:54

I purchased DVDXcopy(standard edition) back in May of 2004. Last week I tried to use it for the first time and when I inserted the DVD I wanted to copy I pressed START and nothing happened. I called the computer store I bought it from and they said that they couldn't support it. Did I buy a Pig in a Poke? Or is there a way for me to download something to get this software to work?

229.1.2005 6:36

Like all of us that previously had or still have the program, the best news is... You don't need it anymore. Look through these forums and threads and you'll find that DVDShrink, AnyDVD, DVD Decrypter, VobBlanker are software programs that will allow you to make a DVD backup. All are freeware except AnyDVD which is a program that runs in the background. You will also need a DVD burning software such as Nero6. It is actually very easy to use these once you start.

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