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Want to make backup copies of your DVDs but didn’t want to mess with confusing DVD ripping software? Today, we’ll look at drop dead simple method to decrypt DVDs on the fly with DVD43 so you can easily copy them to your hard drive. Here take the popular “12 Years a Slave” DVD disc for example.
Now take action to get the digital copy of “Copy 12 Years a Slave” DVD to hard drive. What you need is a powerful tool for ripping DVD movies. Pavtube DVDAid is a professional program in making digital copy of DVD. It can also rip the latest DVD (Disc/Floder/ISO/IFO) and convert to various video formats for some popular smartphones and tablets as well as editing software. Simple interface and CUDA acceleration will bring you an easy but effective conversion. The following guide will show you detailed steps.
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How to convert/copy “Copy 12 Years a Slave” DVD movies for a safe storage:
Step 1. Install Pavtube DVDAid on your Windows/Mac.
Step 2. Launch Pavtube DVDAid , and load your DVD movie from “12 Years a Slave” DVD disc drive to the app.
Step 3. Click the “Browse” button to set output folder where you want to save the copied DVD movies.
Step 4. Hit the Copy the entire disc icon on the main interface and start DVD backing up process. It enables you to makes 1:1 copy of original DVD Disc without quality loss with all audio streams, subtitle tracks, extras, etc.
Note: You can find the “Directly Copy” option to backup DVD main movie without extras. It will support to backup 100% intact the DVD main movie with all multiple tracks preserved. And you will get one M2TS file for output.
Alternatively, you are suggested to choose “Common Video -> H.264 MP4 Video (*.mp4)” for putting DVD to an external drive for playback.
Click big Convert button on the interface and then you will get a conversion dialogue box to show the exact progress, like time left, estimated size, state and so on.
Now coping “12 Years A Slave” DVD to an external hard drive, hard disk drive (HDD) or thumb drive is extremely easy. Have a try now!
“12 Years A Slave” Film Review:
*After viewing the pre-opening screening of the much-anticipated movie “12 Years A Slave,” I must say first and foremost, the cinematography, directing, and acting was superb!
The lighting and sound effects were so well balanced and clear that I was not inclined to wish (as I often do) I were at home watching the DVD with my remote so I could rewind for the things that were not so clear.
“12” is scheduled to begin a limited release in large markets on October 18. For those who have yet to see it, I will leave off using character names as I delve into my sideline view of this dramatized parade of atrocity based on a true life story.
That’s the real life experience of our main character that the cameras allowed us to see and to feel every bitter pill he was forced to swallow. Although there have been many other such period movies – from “Roots” all the way up to “The Help,” (I love that loaded line: “Minnie don’t burn no chicken”) and “The Butler,” “12” does more than tell the story – it shows the story. It makes you feel as though something like this could happen even today. Consider the current frequency of identity theft and today’s hidden slave trade (human trafficking).