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How to record DVD with DVD X Player

May 20th, 2013by Boren 9,646 views |Write a Comment

Watching DVD movie and Record the DVD movie onto the hard drive at the same time on computer with DVD X Player? Yes! DVD X Player can do so!
Here I recommend an all in one player software called DVD X Player.

This powerful player software can play any DVD disc on all DVD drives with region free, can play all
popular video formats lick HD video, DivX, MPEG-4, RM, QuickTime, WMV, FLV and so on. When watching
the DVD, we can enjoy the movie with 16:9 aspect ratio, enjoy Dolby Digital 5.1 (AC-3)/Dolby Pro
Logic II/Digital Theater System (DTS)/Dolby Surround/multi-channel decoding up to 7.1 channels/and so on.

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How to Record DVD Movie onto Hard Drive?

Jun 12th, 2012by Boren 8,846 views |1 Comments

People use DVD instead of CD due to some extra benefits. DVD holds clearer pictures and better quality sound, and stores the entire movie in one single disc, so we don’t need to carry many CDs. Can we record DVD and save onto the hard drive, so that we can repeatedly play some splendid moments without wearing the disc or DVD drive?

With a built-in DVD recorder, it is possible for use to record DVD as MPEG-2 video with DVD X Player. Let’s have a look at how to record DVD movie. Read More »

How to Choose a DVD Recorder Player for Your Computer?

Mar 20th, 2012by Boren 3,128 views |Comments Off

One of the best part of DVD technology is the possibility to personalize your video library.  A DVD recorder player can not only play DVDs but also can make backups of your favorite movies. DVD recorder player, like all technology, are simply a normal component of our lives nowadays. Some people like to watch DVD and record with standalone DVD recorder player, while some prefer to entertain themselves on computers. Then, how to choose a DVD recorder player for computer would be a big problem what they concern. Read More »

Macrovision Killer Helps You Record DVD Movies to Protects Original DVDs

Mar 08th, 2012by Boren 4,265 views |Comments Off

Every movie fan will know that the quality of movie on DVD is much better than on VHS. Generally speaking, there are special features and additional footage on our favorite DVD movies that can’t be obtained on VHS tape. The only shortage of DVD is that DVD is easy to damage. A tiny scratch may lead abnormal playback.

If you have kids, the problem would be more serious. They don’t know how to use DVD player and how to protect DVD discs. They just treat them as their toys, putting them down everywhere, casually touch or scratch the discs and would make your precious DVD movies beyond repair. Read More »

Record DVD as MP3 audio files to fit your digital audio player or mobile phone

Nov 29th, 2011by Boren 2,962 views |1 Comments

Suppose you are planning a party and you need enough music to transfer atmosphere at the whole night. You have a mobile phone or a digital audio player that could connect with your stereo speakers. Or suppose you are a hip-hop fun who always dances in outdoor. You would like to get to prepare some MP3 format music from your audio DVD collection. What can you do? Read More »

How Can I Convert Recorded Video Files to ASF in a Simple Way?

Nov 12th, 2011by Boren 3,592 views |4 Comments

What is ASF?

Advanced Systems Format (formerly Advanced Streaming Format, Active Streaming Format) is Microsoft’s proprietary digital audio/digital video container format, especially meant for streaming media. ASF video file is part of the Windows Media framework. The format does not specify how (i.e. with which codec) the video or audio should be encoded; it just specifies the structure of the video/audio stream. This is similar to the function performed by the QuickTime, AVI, or Ogg container formats. One of the objectives of ASF was to support playback from digital media servers, HTTP servers, and local storage devices such as hard disk drives. The advantage of ASF format is that you may play your video file before it is streamed to the end. Read More »

Record DVD as MPEG-2 without Quality Loss

Nov 10th, 2011by Boren 2,134 views |Comments Off

Both entertainment and ads will use DVD. Statistics show that 4 out of 5 DVD owners want to backup DVD disc. This is a considerable proportion. Most of the DVD owners would like their DVD videos to be terse but without losing the original quality. Read More »