With this DVD9 to DVD5 Copy software, you can copy DVD to DVD, DVD9 to DVD5, DVD9 to DVD9, DVD5 to DVD5 easily.
Now let’s focus on how to copy DVD to DVD, DVD9 to DVD5.
Insert the DVD movie disc (DVD9 or DVD5) you want to copy to your drive, run DVD Clone Studio. The software will automatically detect the DVD movie location.
Click on the Next button to enter the next window. The IFO file has been detected correctly. Tips: the IFO file provides information for DVD player where DVD-Video disc's chapters’ start, where certain audio tracks are located, etc. Then select a temp drive in “Temp Drive” list. DVD Clone Studio can recognize free spaces of all drives on your computer. In general, we select a drive of large free space, so I check out the latest option.
Click the Next button to go on. In the window, you can select all .vob files to backup or only select one to copy. As an example, I select the first file to copy. Tips: All DVD movies are stored in on a DVD video disc in so-called VOB files. VOB files usually contain multiplexed Dolby Digital audio and MPEG-2 video. VOB files on a DVD are numbered as follows: vts_XX_y.vob where XX represents the title and Y the part of the title. There can be 99 titles and 10 parts, although vts_XX_0.vob does not contain any video, usually just menu or navigational information.n
If you are satisfied with the settings above, just click on the Start button to start encoding.
Now encoding work has been completed, click on the “OK” button, insert a blank DVD disc (DVD9 or DVD5), and start burning. The burning speed mainly depends on your DVD Burner.