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 1:1 Copying DVDs to 5TB External Drive with ease 
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1:1 Copying DVDs to 5TB External Drive with ease

Copying DVDs to 5TB External Drive fails? No more. This guide shows you how to backup DVD (protected also) to 5TB External Drive for permanent storage or enjoying on the move.

Source: Backup 1000 DVDs to 5TB External Drive for Storage ... nal-drive/

"My primary interest is recovering the space in my home that over a thousand DVD's take to store on racks. In my house I have TV's with DVD players in 4 rooms. Using a media server I can share all of my media to each room without the physical discs. My plan is to store the DVD and CD's on the media server and box up the physical media and store in the attic. Instead of purchasing additional storage cabinets. I need a tool which can help me copy DVDs to use on 5TB External Drive USB 3.0 for storage. Any idea?"

As the years have gone by your collection of commercial DVD discs has likely grown large. In recent years, lots of people prefer to enjoy their favored movies on computer when they are travelling or on the plane. It is generally believed that watching movie is the best way to kill time. But, playing DVD is not so recommended since DVD is fragile and easy to be scratched. If it is unplayable eventually, nothing can make up for your loss so that you have to sleep all the time. Why not copy DVD movie to 5TB External Drive in advance?

* Learn More >> DVD to NAS | DVD to WD My Cloud | DVD to Cyberlink | DVD to USB Flash Drive...

As we all know, DVDs are usually hard to be backed up due to region code and disc encryption protection, you'd better to use Pavtube DVD copying program to remove the disc protection and copy source disc to 5TB External Drive with same structure preserved. Read the review.

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Full guide: Make 1:1 Copy of DVDs to 5TB External Drive

Step 1. Install Pavtube DVDAid on your Windows/Mac.

Pavtube DVDAid for Windows/Mac is an excellent DVD backing up tool that can make 1:1 copy of your source DVD with original structure including extras and menus. Meanwhile, this app is regarded as a great DVD ripping program to help users convert DVD collections for new how tablets and smartphones including iPad mini 3, iPad Air 2, iPhone 6/6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6, Kindle Fire HDX, Google Nexus 7/10 and more. For Mac users, you can turn to Pavtube DVDAid for Mac.

Step 2. Launch Pavtube DVDAid, and load your DVD movie from disc drive to the app.

Note: Maybe, you also have other Blu-ray, DVD and storage issues, just click the Tips.

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.

Alternatively, you are suggested to choose "Common Video -> H.264 MP4 Video (*.mp4)" for putting DVD to an external drive for playback.

Tip: If you'd like to copy only movie content and leave out the extras and commentary, theDirectly Copy is exactly what you need, which copies intact .M2TS/VOB main movie from original DVD disc without extras.

Now coping DVD to an 5TB External Drive is extremely easy. Have a try now!

Tue Jun 16, 2015 2:32 am
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