Free WinX DVD Copy Pro! [24 hours only!]

Software Description

If you’ve got DVDs, you surely know that it’s important to back them up–in case they get scratched, lost, or even obsoleted. Says Digiarty about their WinX DVD Copy Pro:

WinX DVD Copy Pro is designed to bring you all-new DVD backup experience. This up-to-date DVD copy software can help you decrypt & backup DVD to DVD disc, DVD to ISO, as well as copy DVD to single MPEG2 file with original video tracks and original surround AC3 audio.

Without the need of packing with any third party DVD decrypter, WinX DVD Copy Pro has unlimited access to all protected DVDs. It faultlessly removes DVD region code, CSS Encryption, UOPs, and even the most complicated Disney X-project DRM. Furthermore, it has the power to copy and recover severely scratched DVDs and support Sony ARccOS bad sector. In a word, WinX DVD Copy Pro is your ultimate all-in-one DVD Copy software.

dotTech Advice

dotTech has never reviewed WinX DVD Copy Pro, but Ashraf has reviewed other WinX DVD software such as WinX DVD Ripper Premium.  His overall feeling about WinX’s DVD Ripper was that it was an excellent product and gave it a “two thumbs up and highly recommended”.

Freebie Details

Version being given out for free: v2.0.0

Free updates: unknown

Supported OS: Windows 98+

Download size: 10.5MB

Giveaway time frame: ends 10AM GMT 4/28

Reinstalls: before April 30th

Instructions

After downloading the zip file from Digiarty and The Windows Club’s promotion page, install the program like any other.

Be sure to uncheck the WinX DVD Author box at the end of the installation:

After launching WinX DVD Copy Pro, it will ask you to register with the included license key:

To find this license key, open the included text file.

After registering, the program will start.

You can now back up and copy your favorite DVDs!

Please note that at the time of publishing this giveaway has not yet started.

[via The Windows Club]

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17 comments

  1. a simple happy man

    Hi Locutus, Ashraf ? and everyone,

    Today Mon 9th May 2011 I installed the latest version 2.2.0.0 over the top of this one v2.0.0.0 and it picked up the license no problem at all

  2. Michael

    Installed easily, inserted License Key as requested, everything went well. That is, until I tried to copy a dvd. I randomly pulled a dvd from my collection and attempted the Clone DVD to DVD operation. The decoding took about 25-30 minutes to complete. Then I inserted a blank dvd as instructed. The burning process was painfully slow….until it reached 57% of the burn at which time it just stopped. I had to abort the project.
    Then I tried burning the decoded movie (ISO file) by using DVD Decrypter. The burn started but completed in about 3 minutes.
    I then played that burned dvd in my dvd player only to find that only about half the movie had been burned. Upon inspection of the ISO file, I determined that the file size was 1.50 gigs compared to most movie ISO files which are approximately 4.3 gigs.
    I might try another dvd and see what happens, but I don’t like the idea of wasting my dvd’s on incomplete movies.

  3. Dru

    When I installed the dialog box to enter license code did not show up in task bar and could only be reached by minimizing windows on top. I entered license code and it’s activated/licensed.

    Are updates free? Automatic?

  4. Hatman

    Thanks. I got it off giveawayoftheday about 5 days ago. Program kept asking to register it every-time I started. It Registered OK every time but I was sure it would eventually not register. I removed the program today and downloaded it from the link here. Followed instruction here. It did not ask for registration code. It does say it is registered though. Strange it does not ask for license code. Is it really registered?