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Get AnyDVD HD and copy any DVD or Blu-ray disc with ease!
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15 May 2007 8:36 AM
I am looking for the best "fully supported" DVD Copy Software available, with frequent updates and full customer support. I do not want some combination of freeware downloads. Originally wanted to buy DVDXCopy, but according to http://www.dvdxcopy.com , DVD X Copy Platinum is no longer being sold. I went to http://www.dvdxcopyreviews.com and there are some interesting software programs for DVD copying. I've narrowed down to DVD neXt Copy and 1Click DVD Copy and am leaning towards DVD neXt Copy. How is this program doing in terms of supporting new DVD releases and customer support?
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15 May 2007 1:52 PM
this is the best software,its updated very often
clonedvd and anydvd..
in fact we were using this software instead of dvdxcopy........

dvdnextcopy is ok but the above software is always updated to keep up with the copy protections that comes out...

Note-from what i seen and heard there software needs to run anydvd with there program. DVDneXtCopy's compatibility mode must be selected in order for it to work

anydvd works best with clonedvd

also clonedvd and anydvd has a 20 day trial while dvdnextcopy only has 3-days..to me and others that is not enough time to check there software out.......

anydvd and clonedvd forum

read here for more info

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24 May 2007 8:40 AM
I own DVDneXtCOPY and it copies all of the new movies without any problems. It copies Dejavu easily and that is a pretty new one. The neXt Tech is updated all the time to handle new movies.

Also you actually dont have to use AnyDVD you can use the machinist and that is free. But you do have the option to use AnyDVD if you want to so the user has the choice what they want to use.

10 Jun 2007 10:12 PM
I just purchased the latest version,, and can't control the burning speed. I installed it on two different boxes, XP and Vista, used 3 different burners and multiple types of media and nothing matters. It is burning too fast and as a result only one of my three DVD players will play the end result, and then it locks up when it is fast forwarded. The same movie will take 16 minutes to burn in Nero (and the copy plays fine)and 10 minutes in Next Copy -- regardless of the settings I use. To make this work, I need to slow the burn speed and can't. Am I the only one who has this software that can't adjust the burning speed?
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