Leawo DVD Copy 2.1 esteve disponível como oferta em 2 de março de 2013
Leawo DVD Copy pode facilmente copiar DVDs para o computador ou disco rígido sem perda de qualidade. Ele pode copiar discos de DVD para pastas de DVD, discos e arquivos ISO de imagem, além de suportar a cópia 1:1 de disco para disco sem perda de qualidade, esteja ela protegida ou não. Este copiador de DVD do Windows permite que você copie pastas de DVD e arquivos de imagem ISO para backup.
Com uma prática função de backup de DVD e um sistema de uso extremamente fácil, o Leawo DVD Copy fornece a melhor solução para compressão e backup de DVD.
Importante: Para ativar este software, é necessário que você se registre na página do fabricante (versão completa, livre de custos). Você então receberá um código de registro com o qual poderá ativar o software.
Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8; 1 GHz or above Intel/AMD Processor; 512MB RAM (1024MB or above recommended); 5GB+ (DVD) / 25GB+ (Blu-ray Disc) hard disk space; NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 and above; Recordable DVD drive, Internet Connection
Leawo Blu-ray Copy é o melhor software de duplicação para você fazer o backup de Blu-ray (BD25/BD50) e DVD (DVD-5/DVD-9) para discos de DVD ou disco rígido. Ele pode copiar Blu-ray/DVD para pastas de arquivos, imagens ISO, discos 1:1 e comprimir BD50 para BD25 ou DVD-9 para DVD-5 sem perda de qualidade. Desconto especial de 50% para os usuários do GOTD: código de cupom LDCG50
O Leawo Total Media Converter Ultimate é uma solução perfeita de mulitmídia para ajudar a converter entre áudio e vídeos em HD ou padrão em todos os formatos mais populares, ripar e gravar Blu-ray e DVD videos e engenhosamente lhe ajudar a fazer o download de filmes online, tanto para hard disck quanto para diversos players portáteis. Desconto especial de 50% para os usuários do GOTD: código de cupom LDCG50
O Leawo PowerPoint to Video Pro é desenhado para converter apresentações de PowerPoint e slideshows para todos os formatos de vídeo para o compartilhamento em sites como o YouTube, em outras plataformas como SO Apple ou por dispositivos móveis como o iPad, iPhone, iPod, PSP, etc. Desconto especial de 50% para os usuários do GOTD: código de cupom LDCG50
O Leawo iTransfer suporta a transferência fácil e rápida entre iPad, iPhone, iPod, iTunes e PC, para que você consiga transferir seus dados com segurança e os compartilhe com grande facilidade. Desconto especial de 50% para os usuários do GOTD: código de cupom LDCG50
Comentáriosrios do Leawo DVD Copy 2.1
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Pretty decent software if you have ancient PC working with a single CPU and old DVD to rip, since it doesn't support GPU acceleration and cannot bypass the last DRM protections.
Other than that I can't see any reason to use this (poor) program!!
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*Supports DVD discs, folders, and ISOs as input
*Allows users to output DVDs to discs, folders, and ISOs
*Bypasses DRM protection
*Supports DVD-5 and DVD-9 DVDs
*Can copy whole DVDs, only the main movie, or specific chapters/titles as defined by you
*Is very slow
*Developer lists “CSS copy protection” as the only type of DRM that can be bypassed. While the developer does not explicitly state this, my guess is Leawo DVD Copy cannot bypass more advanced/newer DRM protection. For what it is worth, the program was able to copy my DRM-protected DVD (my DVD has CSS DRM).
*Is unable to convert DVDs to other video formats
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#4: "DVDShrink … always free, no registration required, smaller download and system footprint, no demands on what graphic card is required unlike today’s offering."
'Shrink is a great app, but it won't do anything about or with DRM. It's also a bit older -- Nero Recode up to version 10 is or does the same thing, adds some nice options, & may work better in win7/8... never saw definite confirmation but it was said the guy behind Shrink went to work for Nero & that's when DVD Shrink stopped being developed. [Recode versions 11 & 12 are still cool IMHO, but seem to be moving away from any Shrink legacy towards being more an all around video converter.]
For those that haven't tried it, Shrink [& Recode] can make the files on a DVD smaller by discarding some of the data in the original -- very basically the same idea as converting files from a music CD to MP3 -- but without completely re-encoding. That process was mainly useful back when dual layer DVD blanks [& the drives to burn them] were expensive -- nowadays you can just use something like Leawo DVD Copy to make a backup of the DVDs you've bought onto a dual layer disc without the bother.
That said, Shrink can still perform a few useful tricks... If you're encoding video that you've recorded with your camera or from a TV show etc. to put on a video DVD, one of the hassles is choosing a bit rate for the mpg2 video so that it'll fill the disc but still fit on the disc [the higher the bit rate the bigger the file the better the quality]. You can overshoot just a little bit, intentionally or not, & then use Shrink to quickly reduce the size so it fits on a DVD blank using all the available space. Shrink is also good for trimming the beginning &/or end of DVD video -- if you're one of those people who put the DVDs they buy on their hard drive(s) to watch with something like Media Center, you might be surprised by how much file space the end credits take up. And if you're putting the video on your cell or tablet but don't have or want to use a Ripper, Shrink can copy the several VOB files on the DVD into a single VOB file that most video converters will accept.
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#6: "and it helps me to copy my DVD disc(CSS DRM) to another disc so that i can send it to my friends, i have been wondering how to do this for a longtime"
And you might also spend a long time wondering why you did it as you're awaiting the court's judgement. Some places you can make backup copies of video DVDs you've bought, you *may* be able to convert that video to another format for something like your cell or tablet, in the US I think you can record broadcast TV & share it with members of your immediate family, but in a great many countries giving or selling any of that video can land you in court if not jail.
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#14: "Pretty decent software if you have ancient PC working with a single CPU and old DVD to rip, since it doesn’t support GPU acceleration and cannot bypass the last DRM protections. "
Sorry -- with all due respect etc., *Copying* a DVD disc doesn't involve much CPU, & doesn't require any GPU assist... All you're doing is copying files from one place to another, same as if you were copying the GOTD download from your Download folder to somewhere else. If the process takes longer than it should the *usual* reasons are you've got the app set to convert [re-encode] the video or your DVD drive has a sort of DRM built in, limiting it's speed when it detects a video DVD -- check out MediaCodeSpeedEdit if you want that to go away. Of course converting or transcoding the video is another matter entirely. You can use a Ripper to start with, which is a copy app & converter combined, but if you prefer another app to do the converting, or don't need to convert the video in the 1st place, that's where DVD [& Blu-Ray] copiers come in.
The Leawo DVD Copy features list does say it'll "Compress and copy DVD-9 to DVD-5", but I don't know why you'd want to -- if you want something on your hard drive that takes up less space, convert the video to AVC/H.264 which creates much, Much smaller files yet unlike the mpg2 that DVDs use can keep most all the original quality -- if you're backing up a DVD you bought & either the main movie won't fit on a single layer disc or you want a full copy, shell out the $0.50 - $1 for a dual layer DVD blank.
Working with the latest DRM OTOH is something to be concerned about. Companies like those behind AnyDVD & DVDFab constantly check out new releases & modify their code accordingly, have been around quite a while, but their apps can be a bit expensive. Companies like Leawo, WinX etc. would like some of that market -- don't know if they'll always work as well or even maintain the effort a year or two from now, but if you're willing to take that risk maybe you can save a fair bit of money. DVDFab does have their always free DVD HD Decrypter, but if you read the accompanying notes, it at best lags a few months behind their paid software when it comes to new DRM, & may not ever handle everything. Lots of people wait until older DVDs go on sale before they buy anyway, so that can work well enough. Free IS great, but in this case unless it's a PR move like DVD HD Decrypter &/or a company's trying to build market share with a GOTD offer, I have to wonder who is going to spend the cash for every new release for every region [DRM can vary by region] to test if their app handles its DRM.
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"Compress and copy DVD-9 to DVD-5 with lossless quality"
Compress a dual layer DVD to a single layer with no loss of quality?
That is impossible.
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DVDShrink ... always free, no registration required, smaller download and system footprint, no demands on what graphic card is required unlike today's offering.
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