Backup DVD Movies Remove APS protection from DVD

Nov 16th, 2011 by Boren 5,339 views |1 Comments

What is DVD APS protection?

APS, an abbreviation of Analog Protection System, also known as Copy guard, is a DVD copy prevention system originally developed by Macrovision. Video tapes copied from DVDs encoded with APS become garbled and unwatchable. It is used to control analog copying from digital transmission or digital copies of linear motion pictures. DVD APS is designed to distort the unauthorized VCR copying made from DVD programs. DVD APS protection will prevent us from backup DVD to hard disc or playing back on portable devices.

As APS is designed to preventing backup DVD, how do I backup DVD movies and bypass the APS protection for I do not want to scratch my favorite original DVD?

There is a small and effective software working with DVD protection. That is DVD Ghost. It is able to remove all kinds of restrictions (CSS, RPC Region code, RCE, APS, and UOPS etc.) from the DVD discs in the background. DVD Ghost also allows you to copy your DVD movie to hard drive if DVD copy/backup software not installed in your computer.

How to backup DVD and remove the APS protection

First, download DVD ghost free for trial, install the program and pop up the main interface.

Second, insert the original DVD, click copy DVD.

Third, select source disk location.

Fourth, choose output folder path.

Fifth, click “Copy Now” to start backup DVD.

You will see the copy progress in the copy window. It is really easy to backup DVD with DVD Ghost.

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