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What are people saying about DVDFab DVD Copy

Dan User Just want to thank you for today's discount on DVDFab. But it would be nice if you would offer 'upgrades' that are available from their website.
For example: I'd personally buy into one of their offers, "DVD Copy + DVD Ripper (lifetime) $124.60".
That is a LIFETIME license for BOTH DVDCopy & Ripper.
It seems that bitsdujour is able to discount software to half the retail price and I'd be willing to spend the $60-65. for the 'lifetime package deal'.
Just an opinion to put into the thought process!
Apr 30 2011 at 2:52am Copy Link
Warren Russell Hi, I'm a little confused. Is this for just a one-year subscription? If so, what does that mean? I've been going over the company's Web site, and it still isn't clear. Am I buying the software PLUS one year of support and upgrades? Or will I be unable to use the software when the year is up?

Apr 30 2011 at 8:06am Copy Link
disenchanted I waited all week to get in on this deal.
I should have read the licensing.

But the licensing appears to give BITS buyers this one time 50% savings, for the next 12 month time frame.

At the 12 month mark you either renew at full price, or the program itself stops?
(it doesn't indicate the product will still even work beyond the 12 month mark if a renewal isn't purchased).

Any possibilities of a "lesser percentage saving" (like 25%), but on a "lifetime license"?
Apr 30 2011 at 9:51am Copy Link
kevin seymour If you want a program like this try Clone DVD from Slysoft. You can get a lifetime license for about 88$ and a three year for 66$.

Well worth the money and updates pretty frequently, or at least they did when I used it.
Apr 30 2011 at 11:32am Copy Link
Faisal Humayun Buyer beware: So basically one pays $25 to run a trial for 12 months (Rather than free for 14/30 days). After that, I'd imagine the program will refuse to launch like any expired trial. This might work for some, but not for me.
Thanks anyway.
Apr 30 2011 at 1:13pm Copy Link
Warren Russell But according to Slysoft's site, CloneDVD also requires AnyDVD, but turns it into an expensive proposition.

Too bad...I've read so many good things about DVDFab products -- Like Frank, I'd been waiting all week, only to be disappointed.
Apr 30 2011 at 3:46pm Copy Link
K X Frank: "Any possibilities of a "lesser percentage saving" (like 25%), but on a "lifetime license"?"

On their website homepage, there's a coupon code for 20% all software, good through May 15.

I'm not sure if it applies to bundles, and I don't know if they regularly have coupons (and other deals) or not.
May 14 2011 at 5:19am Copy Link
DVDFab Hey,all guys! I am DVDFab from Fengtao Software Inc.I write here to inform you that our company main English website has turned from to And all page mentioned above has also redirected to and If you have any problem about our products,please email to our customer support team, they will help you asap!
Fengtao Software Inc. - Dec 23 2014 at 1:13am Copy Link
Sara User I have trialed this tool some 2 months ago, was ready to buy. Unfortunately, none of the copies I burnt were readable. This was very probably so since my burner is some years old, but then, available new burners aren't of that strong quality anymore. (Of course I followed the "rules", by burning at lowest possible speed (6x), etc., but after 5 or 6 unsuccessful tries, with different settings and all those copies going to the bin, I gave up.)

So you should try this tool with your current hardware before buying, or be ready to buy new hardware in case.

Other observations of mine: The screenshots here are some years old now, the current GUI is totally different from those, it's very "graphic", "modern" (and thus much less intuitive) now.

And some detail I wasn't happy with at all (whilst in the end, that would not have prevented me from buying if my copies had been readable and of good quality):

Whilst they affirm that their Copy program is so good is does not need (and does not have) 2-step analysis for even better recoding then, their (more expensive) Ripper HAS got this feature, so common sense would indicate that they compromise on quality in the Copy tool in the end, to some degree.

Thus, buying new hardware (or possibly ruining my existent one with tries to update its firmware), for even then not getting the very best quality DVDFab's products are able to deliver wasn't that tempting, and I then also refrained from trying to use their Ripper trial to make the dvd copies I wanted since I assumed that could be awkward or even impossible, since these tools are marketed as different ones, the Copy tool not being just a subset of the Ripper tool it seems (if the former were a subset of the latter, it would make no sense to sell them in a - price-reduced - bundle, but which they do).

So my trial ended up in a big disappointment, but that was mine only. But then, I'm unable to understand why people who store their copies on their hdd would need better recoding quality than users who prefer storing them on dvd.

All the more so since dvd2dvd often implies real recoding, for size compression, whilst dvd2hdd could just copy 1:1; btw and if I remember well - I trialed several such tools, so I could be mistaken here, but I think I'm not -, the time DVDFab DVD Copy took for processing ("recoding"?!) data I had thought it would just take 1:1 (less than 4.6 gb) for then burning, was more or less the same it took for real recoding (where some size reduction was necessary indeed); other such tools did this 1:1 much faster, as was to be expected indeed.

This being said, this tool here is one of the very few that allow for distribution of one movie to more than one dvd - if that movie is worth it, of course, but if it is not, the highest available reduction quality is welcome, so I would have liked that in their Copy tool, too, but where obviously it is not available (if 2-pass was dispensable, they could have eliminated it from their - as said, additional, more expensive - Ripper tool, too, but which obviously they did not).
Oct 19 2018 at 1:41am Copy Link
Robert Crombie Sara User,
Did you just use the Trial ?
Does the Trial allow you to do the full disk (which I am sure, is the only way to be sure that the result is usable) ?
Oct 19 2018 at 4:24am Copy Link
HBOY I purchased this when Slysoft went out of business and then reemerged as Firefox and tried to make everyone repurchase their products. It has worked great for me. The trial is the same as the paid for version, you can use the full version for 30 days, at least thats what it was when I purchased.
Oct 19 2018 at 10:41am Copy Link
Sara User Developers, be they of the kind to answer or not, are very happy with "It has worked great for me." customers. Fact is, their more expensive product has got 2-pass, this one has not, and they haven't seen the necessity to even comment about it here.

@Robert: Most (not all though) DRM devices are recognized and dealt with; I did not try to do the full disc; you probably mean that then, they would do it 1:1, instead of recoding? That's not sure, considering that some movies could be done 1:1 to a 1-face dvd, but almost no full disk ever, since any such program must distribute the one dvd face content to 2 faces of the target dvd in most cases, at the very least, which makes strict 1:1 impossible.

I got the impression dvd2dvd is simply not "the thing" anymore, so we are deemed to do with what we got, or with what's left; to give another example, Nero Recode (different from its Video cutting program which is a nightmare) cut out its brilliant "cut up the main movie by chapter" function from its dvd2dvd functionality years ago, whilst it remains (or more precisely, came back the very year later already) in the dvd2hdd functionality, where it'd be much less needed though, and that way it has been for the last 8 years or so.

Btw, that would have been RedFox, not Firefox, and yes, the trial is fully functional.
Oct 19 2018 at 10:45pm Copy Link
SoftCollector I own the whole package (all programs) and paid a boatload of money for it, but I am not completely happy. I use most often the transcoder and it has no Unicode support for subtitles and sometimes the resulting movie does not look good quality-wise. So, despite the sleek looks, the software is not fully reliable.
Oct 20 2018 at 1:44am Copy Link
Sara User To clarify DVDFab prices since I said above that DVD Ripper was more expensive than DVD Copy.

In fact, DVD Copy (1-pass) is 79$, but often half-price, ie 39.50, whilst DVD Ripper (2-pass) is never half-price but always at the original price of 79$, so these original prices are identical, but you can buy DVD Copy for half-price by waiting for some months for the next sale; in those sales, the combi is always 129$, which means that even then, DVD Ripper is full-price, and you even pay for DVD Copy $10.50 "too much" (79+39.50=118.50, not 129).

The alternative is DVD-Cloner (which is NOT "Any DVD-Cloner" oder "Tipard DVD-Cloner" or others); the basis Cloner (for DVD2DVD and/or DVD2HDD) is 60$ plus VAT, via colormango minus 30 p.c. - which seems the only possibility to get it at a lesser price; invariably, coupon codes from coupon sites do NOT work. (Those sites lure you to inexistant coupons where then they try to sell you "Any DVD Cloner" and other competing software, in order to fulfill THEIR agenda, not yours.)

For a quality comparison between the two, google "toptenreviews dvd cloner vs. dvdfab"; their price comparison is not really pertinent since with DVDFab (for 79$ / half-price 39.50$), you get (product) lifetime updates, whilst with DVD Cloner, you pay full price for each new version it seems (updates included for just 1 year, no special update price it seems).

Considering the fact that there's lots of new DRM strategies, it may be of interest to have updates to be included, but then, DVDFab does NOT work with any DVD, whilst with those same DVDs DVDFab is unable to backup, I did NOT have any problem with WinX Ripper (which is often free), so this fact puts the DVDFab updates into perspective, and the toptenreviews comparison above indicates that DVD-Cloner is very good with DVD DRM, too (as is WinX but not DVDFab, to that degree).

Also, DVD-Cloner will write more or less 1:1 to your HDD, not only write to DVD, so perhaps that's the best alternative, long-term, even with paid updates here and there, considering the superior quality. (You would need their - or any other - Ripper program for writing to mobile devices, though, with quality loss.)

Both programs permit splitting up the movie (or other things) by chapter; unfortunately, the preview for that in DVDFab is very tiny (if I remember well), but in DVD-Cloner, it's even worse: That chapter-splitting preview regularly crashed the whole program (64bit version on 64bit pc).

Other programs are inferior, I trialed 4 or 5 of them.
Oct 24 2018 at 5:01pm Copy Link
RC Copy and paste error?

Today's promotion includes the following:
DVDFab DVD Copy for Windows Lifetime license ($23.70)
DVDFab DVD Copy for Windows 2 Years License ($19.17)
DVDFab DVD Copy for Windows 1 Years License ($16.47)
DVDFab DVD Copy for Windows Lifetime license ($23.70)
DVDFab DVD Copy for 2 Years Lifetime license ($19.17)
DVDFab DVD Copy for 2 Years Lifetime license ($16.47)
Oct 16 2019 at 9:59am Copy Link
Constantin Florea @RC, Thanks for reporting the issue. It is now fixed.
BitsDuJour Admin - Oct 16 2019 at 10:12am Copy Link
RC Need clarification on "licensed per user" (which implies not licensed per machine). DVDFab previously charged $30 additional if you wanted to install the software on more than one computer. Has this changed?

Also, for those not familiar with the product, the software copies DVDs to your hard drive and has a number of options such as copy the whole disc, copy just the movie, etc. But it is not a ripper; it does not convert to other video formats. DVDFab has a separate product for that.

If this lifetime license includes forever updates for the product, then this is a good deal as the price of $24 for the lifetime version is what you normally pay for a one year renewal as the product is subscription based.

The user interface can be a bit confusing as it always shows other DVDFab products to entice you to purchase additional modules. So if you download the trial for DVD Copy, you will also see DVD Ripper and other modules in the interface. You can do a 30 day trial for these other modules, but if you buy BitsduJour promotion today, you have purchased the DVD Copy module and no others.
Oct 16 2019 at 3:30pm Copy Link

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