Free WinX DVD Copy Pro! [24 hours left]

Software Description

It’s something everybody does, and it’s something everybody gets annoyed by: lost or broken DVDs. However, there are pieces of software written to back up DVDs so this doesn’t matter, such as Digiarty’s 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: v3.4.5

Free updates: unknown

Supported OS: Windows 98+

Download size: 13.2MB

Giveaway time frame: 24 hours

Reinstalls: 24 hours


To get started, go to the BitsDuJour giveaway page and click the Get It For Free button. Fill out the information (preferably using a throwaway email service like Mailinator) and download the trial. Install WinX DVD Copy Pro like any other program:

Be sure to uncheck the WinX DVD Author box at the end of the installation if you don’t want to grab it:

After launching WinX DVD Copy Pro, it will ask you to register with the license key. You can get this from the email sent to you when you signed up:

After registering, the program will start.

You can now back up and copy your favorite DVDs!

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  • Kerry

    just signed p 15 min ago and got my key but being on dialup at 28kbs I may not get the file in time.

  • Horrabin

    I got the same version some time ago. Here, maybe? Anyway, I find it to be a great DVD copier. You can save copies in several different ways. I use it to copy my Netflix DVD’s to iso, where I can mount and run them in VLC exactly as if I still had the DVD. I recently got a Thrive 32G tablet and use another program (DVD Catalyst 4) to convert the iso files to mpeg4 in a size and format that run perfectly on it. I had some DRM issues copying a few DVD’s straight up just using Windows Explorer (Windows put a halt on and said “no no no! copyrighted!”) but WinX removed them during the copy. These were basically DVD’s that had exe files for interactive stuff and such on them and the video & audio TS folders wouldn’t copy in Windows. I’m well satisfied with it, for a freebie. I think most of you will be too once you get your activation key.

  • It seems that you can install this on an old version of the program and your copy will be automatically licenced.

  • Rob (Down Under)

    The DVD Fab site is not deliberately confusing, but you may not readily ascertain which is the FREE version.
    (I assume his bosses, don’t want him yelling too loud about the free version)
    So I have done the investigating (and a bit of upper case yelling) for those that may be interested –
    DVDFab HD Decrypter
    DVDFab HD Decrypter is a simple version of DVDFab DVD Copy and DVDFab Blu-ray Copy which can remove all the DVD protections, part of Blu-ray protections, and copy the DVD/Blu-ray to your hard drive. It is one of the ALWAYS FREE portions of DVDFab application. With its various settings and options to edit, you will definitely get a fantastic output. In addition, the copying speed is very fast and the quality is wonderful.

    Works as a DVD decrypter and Blu-ray decrypter , DVDFab HD Decrypter is a FREE Blu-ray and DVD backup tool allows you to decrypt and copy Blu-ray and DVD to blank discs or hard drive.

    Remove DVD/Blu-ray protections
    Copy DVD/Blu-ray to hard disc
    A free portion of DVDFab

  • Rob (Down Under)

    Thanks for that.

    Whilst typing my posts, ‘I took myself aside’ and deliberated.
    If Tom is correct, and WinX DVD Copy, cannot shrink, then I think I will give WinX DVD Copy a miss.
    If my application to be the sole astronaut about to be sent to Mars is accepted, and they ask me to keep the weight down, and force me to choose between WinX and DVD Fab’s non shrinking programs, I would trust (reliability, decoding, etc) DVD Fab more than WinX.

    Plus Babongo’s problem brings back memories from a few years ago, where a mate of mine loved WinX, yet when I tried it, it caused me serious problems.
    Thanks Babongo for reminding me.

  • Also received !
    @ Down Under : “…You must instal/register the software within 7 days, and cannot do so afterwards….”
    (in the e-mail). Best regards !

  • Rob (Down Under)

    I was a bit slow typing this, which explains the separate post.

    PPS DVD Shrink was always free, but may now be hard to find.
    If it is hard to find, and if it is kosher to do so, I could dig around through my backups, to find a copy for uploading to Ashraf’s site.

    I could be wrong, but I think the author became the principal programmer for DVD Fab, which is not free. But in the spirit of his free sharing days, he always allows a version of the latest DVD Fab, to be downloadable for free.
    The free version is as up to date as the commercial version, in it’s decoding ability. The only thing the free version lacks, is the ability to shrink whilst decoding. (And that is where DVD Shrink could come in handy.)

  • Rob (Down Under)

    @Tom Ellenton:
    Once you have it on your hard drive, you can use the free DVD Shrink to shrink it to single layer size.
    I have not used that for years, so I cannot recall whether it can handle an ISO image.
    Does this giveaway, allow you to rip your DVDs to your hard drive as DVD files ( .VOB etc) ?
    If it does, then DVD Shrink should do the job fine.

    A special thanks to .mau. for the ‘heads up’ that we have just 7 days to install it.

    PS BitsDuJour is also giving away ‘Screen Calipers’ today.
    I was going to take my time about installing that, but Tom has made me nervous about delaying too long.
    .mau. Where/when did you see the 7 day limit warning for WinX DVD Copy Pro ?

  • .mau.

    I just received the activation code.
    FYI, software must be activated within seven days.

    ciao, .mau.

  • Ashraf

    BitsDuJour is a legitimate service so I highly doubt this is a fake promo or farming e-mails. There is probably just a bug that will be fixed soon. I hope.

  • Darrell

    I too have received no key. Starting to look like all they are doing is fishing for email addresses. I’ll give it till noon and the remove the program.

  • jubujoy

    I haven’t received an email either. Will remove the program if I haven’t heard from them by noon.

  • .mau.

    I did not receive any code either, even after I used a “real” address (even if it’s not my usual one).

  • Nothing on 2 email-adres after two hours… but thanks Locutus.

  • Babongo

    Followed instructions, DLd, did not receive key in email. But, program installed and opened. IT WOULD NOT CLOSE !!!! I had to get into task manager to shut it down.

  • Tom Ellenton

    The problem I have is it does NOT compress DVD 9 to a DVD 5 like IdealDVD does. If it were not for that, I would download this instead. Any thoughts?

  • WildCat

    Bit of a problem maybe? Followed your instructions, didn’t use mailinator but 10minutemail instead. I have ‘refreshed’ it 4 times now ( 40 minutes ) and still have not received a license key yet. To make sure 10minute mail address was working I went into my regular mail and sent my 10minute mail address a test mail and it went through fine. Another thing I noticed, I did not have a WinX DVD Author box to either check or uncheck. Mine only showed create desktop icon and quick launch icon boxes. Anyone else???