Why I cannot Copy My DVD to Hard Drive
Why I can't copy my DVD to Hard Drive?
The first thing after buying a DVD from Amazon is, for majority people, not to immediately unpack it but to consider about how to make it survive longer. Common sense tells us that, a DVD disc is hardly playable after two or three years weathering. Then, can we copy these huge DVD title collections onto our computer hard drive, where is the best safe haven far away from physical damages.
If you insert a DVD into computer hard drive right away, maybe it is accessible for your DVD player software, but it definitely can not be backed up onto hard drive due to DVD Copy Protections.
Advantages after Copy DVD to Hard Drive
The only sacrificial lamb of these endless fighting between DVD distributors and pirates is DVD end users, say these lawfully DVD possessors. Lots of DVD copy protections are upcoming round and round to deactivate your DVD to hard drive possibility. While, before we provide you with the most reasonable DVD to hard disk solution, here are some advantages which you can mainly benefit from.
Firstly, real DVD discs are not the only way out to build movie collection. The new Libraries feature in Windows 7 makes it easier to manage your files and video folders. So if you backup DVD to hard drive in ISO image or VIDEO_TS folder or single MPEG2 file, you can easily manage these movies on computer, with Windows 7 Libraries or Mac iTunes (learn to Copy DVD to iTunes).
Secondly, to best preserve your DVD discs, under normal circumstances, you dare not bring these DVDs along with you when driving for a picnic. While other than physic optical disc, the DVD content saved on computer hard drive is more flexible media, which is much easily to transcode and transfer onto mobile devices, like iPad, iPhone, Xoom, etc. Besides, it is also pretty handy to copy and paste DVD movies into USB flesh drive for a presentation or meeting.
What are forming Barriers between DVD and Hard Drive?
For short it is DVD copy protection schemes prevent you from backup DVD to computer hard drive. And the most complicated DVD encryptions include Commercial DVD CSS encryption, DVD Region Code Enhanced (RCE), User operation prohibition, Sony ARccOS, Disney New DVD Copy Protection, The Analog Protection System, etc.
If you decide to create DVD to hard drive backup, you need to prepare yourself with a DVD Ripper / Copy software which supports all DVD protections. BDlot DVD Clone Ultimate is intelligently designed for this purpose.