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ASPI driver for Win32
DVD-R/+R Drive & Media
500Mhz or better CPU
128MB+ RAM

“I just made an exact copy of a movie in less than one hour. I cant tell the difference between the original and the copy. I will tell others about your program.”
Chris W., Maryland
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DVDXStudio - FAQ

Q: What exactly is DVDXStudio?
A: DVDXStudio is an easy software tool that allows you to backup your DVD movies to DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R or DVD+RW.

Q: Is DVDXStudio compatible with Macintosh?
A: DVDXStudio is NOT compatible with Macintosh systems at this time. Check back with us in the future.

Q: What is the minimum hardware and software requirements for using DVDXStudio?
Operating Systems Windows® XP/2000/98/ME
Processor (CPU) A Pentium II 300 MMX or equivalent as a minimum
Memory (RAM) At least 128Mb RAM
Hard Drive (HDD) Hard drive with at least 5GB, 10 BG for dual layer media
DVD Writer DVD-R(W)/+R(W) Drive
Blank DVD Media DVD-R(W)/+R(W) Discs

Q: Is copying a DVD legal?
A: You must check your local laws before making a backup copy. Different countries have different laws pertaining to this. We are in no way responsible for your use of DVDXStudio. By ordering DVDXStudio you agree not to break any law pertaining to DVD copying.

Q: Will DVDXStudio work on encrypted DVDs?
A: Yes. Nearly all DVDs are encrypted with CSS (Content Scrambling System) and your DVD will have locked sectors denying you access unless it goes through an authentication process. DVDXStudio works around this and unlocks and authenticates your DVD.

Q: Do you offer a demo version or a money back guarantee?
A: You may download a demo version by clicking here. We provide full support and can help with most technical issues. If you have met the minimum requirements to run DVDXStudio but still can not copy a DVD because of hardware issues we will offer a refund. A refund request must be made within 30 days of the date of the purchase.

Q: Can DVD copies be played on a standard DVD Player?
A: DVD copies can be played on a standard DVD Player, provided the DVD Player supports burned copies. Refer to your DVD Player owners manual for more information.

Q: Will my DVD backup retain the same quality and digital stereo that is on my DVD?
A: Yes. You copy will be exact in every way.

Q: Does the copy retain all of the bonus footage and menus?
A: Yes, you are able to make an exact replica of your DVD.

Q: What is DivX?
A: DivX is a codename for the MPEG-4 compression technology developed by DivXNetworks, Inc. (aka Project Mayo). DivX is similar to VCD in it's video quality, but almost anyone will tell you it's not as good. This is basically because of the difference in resolution. All televisions display on a 640x480 resolution. Computer monitors are typically set to 800x600 and 1024x768. DivX is ideal for those who travel, or prefer the direct availability of DivX movies over the internet.

Q: Is the DVD copy process complicated?
A: The DVD copy process is very simple.

Q: Where can I buy CD, and DVD media?

We highly reccoment Meritline.com. Their products include CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD-RAM, and dual layer DVD media.


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