Most DVDs are protected and need to be deprotected before you can process them with DVD2one. Since deprotecting DVDs can be against the law in your country, this part is not included in DVD2one. You will have to search the internet to find a program that can do this job.Make sure that the fileset on your harddrive is exactly the same as on your DVD. The number of files and the size of the files should be the same as on the original.
Make sure all options are disabled, so for instance do not enable Multi Angle Processing!
Do not merge the vob files to one big file, keep them separate.
On the start screen of DVD2one you can select which mode you want to use:When the output type is set to 'Ask before processing', the burning options screen of the preferences is shown.
1) Full disc copy.
2) Movie-only or join mode.
3) Audio Remaster.
After selecting the desired mode, DVD2one will show a directory requester and ask for the source directory.
After selecting the source directory the main screen is showed. Here you can see a summary of your project and change options if necessary. DVD2one already automatically initializes all options based on your preferences. When you want to make changes, just use the treeview on the left to navigate through the different option screens.
When the project is correct, you can start processing. Depending on your settings of the burning options in the preferences, 2 additional requesters will be showed:
If necessary a directory requester is shown to select the destination directory for the fileset or image.
When the output type is set to 'burn', DVD2one will ask to insert a blank recordable or rewritable disc in your dvd-recorder. This will not happen when the dvd-recorder is used as source drive (with an unprotected original) or when there is already a writable disc in the drive.
You can put your valuable original back in your collection and play your personal copy anywhere you like:On the DVD player in your kids room.
On your portable DVD player.
On the road in your car DVD player.