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DVDXCopy Version 1.5.0 released

Postby aviationwiz on Wed Mar 26, 2003 5:25 pm


DVDXCopy Version 1.5.0 is now available.
Please uninstall any previous versions of DVDXCopy before installing
version 1.5.0.

New features in version 1.5.0 include:
* New Gearworks drivers - additional DVD drives are supported. DVDXC
* Internal Nero burn engine is disabled. All internal burns will be
done with Gearworks engine.
* External Nero burn support is still available.
* DVDXCopy will no longer complain if the user attempts to back up an
Archived DVD, DVDXCopy will simply ignore it and continue to look for an
original DVD.
* FULL and WIDE screen display for title set selection. Previously all
title sets had shown [FULL] all the time, in the disk1 and disk2 list
* The "Copy Now" and "Burn Now" buttons now call attention to
* Changes to the license activation system. Sorry folks, everyone will
have to re-activate their copy of DVDXCopy.
* The tutorial tab has been removed. The tutorial now resides behind a
* Improved support for episodic disks
*Multi-lingual tutorial

Downloading DVDXCopy:
To download DVD X COPY, please go to the following website:

Installing DVDXCopy:
Please remove any earlier versions of DVDXCopy by going into the
Control Panel,
selecting "Add/Remove Programs" and selecting DVDXCopy.

Because we have made several changes to the licensing system, all
users of DVDXCopy will need to re-register the product. Sorry about

A great resource for finding out about DVDXCopy is available at

And as always, support is available on our support website located at
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Postby Shaman on Wed Mar 26, 2003 9:24 pm

Nice syncronicity today:. DVDXCopy upgrade and my DRX500ULX and The Police, Every Breath You Take DVD arrived all on the same day. Burnt my first DVD on Meritline 4X using The Police DVD. Required 2 disks because of the length (over 120 minutes). Upgraded the firmware before the burn to 2.0e. Used USB 2.0 cable instead of Firewire. No problems. As the Nero Burning Rom program first copies to hard disk and then burns to disk, DVDXCopy operated in the same way. Was able to play the DVD in DTS 5.1 audio. My computer is a Dell XPS R 450 with 384 MBs of memory. Probably underpowered according to 321 Studio's recommended minimum system requirements. Copying to hard drive first then to disks doubled the time. Each of the two disks required 15 minutes or less. Source Drive is a Lite On 166S with the latest firmware. I am very pleased :D
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