This is a thorough hands-on review on the easy way to backup Disney Copy-Protected DVD Discs to external hard drive, so that you can watch them anytime as you like.
I like watching Disney movies so much, as the animated characters are cute in these films. Among all the Disney movies, I like Frozen (2014) best. And it is good news that this movie has been released in DVD. The best thing is, the sound track isn't half bad either, there is a reason why it has been number 1 for the last 4 weeks in the U.S. Here is my favourite song from the movie: Here
The story is very original, albeit loosely based on the 'Snow Queen' but tells a journey of two sisters who's differences pulls them apart but together again. I rarely see such good movies to which I will never get bored watching time and time again. This certainly will be added to collection of classics.The best thing is it's fantastic for all the family, whatever the age.
Above is a Disney movie lover who share her opinion about watching movies. For a good movie, you must wanna watching them again and again. However, we are sure most of you have suffered collateral damage when DVDs are mishandled. It’s recommended to make a backup copy for use, and store the original away for safekeeping. As we know, because of Disney-copy protection, you can't do copying as easy as you think. Let's lean the details.
What is Disney X-project DRM?
DRM (Digital Rights Management) is a series of access control or copy protection technologies to inhibit uses of digital content that are not desired or intended by the content provider.
Disney (The Walt Disney Company), as a well-known DVD releaser and publisher, applies DRM for copy right protection. It uses AACS to prevent HD DVD and Blu-ray discs. Accordingly, the latest released DVD disc by Disney (as well as by Paramount and Warner) usually has 99 titles and the DVD movie size is larger than 40 GB, which makes it almost impossible to make DVD copy and backup. Disney copy protection is widely used by famous film publishers such as Disney, Paramount and Warner.
How to Backup Disney Copy Protected DVDs?
Most DVD backup programs do not support decrypting Disney copy-protected DVDs, you might have met problem when dealing with the recently released DVDs - your DVD backup software crashed or worked out of order. It can be assumed your DVDs are applied with Disney copy protection system Disney's x-project DRM.
Here recommend you to choose a powerful tool for ripping DVD movies. Pavtube DVDAid is a professional program in making digital copy of DVD. It can also rip the latest DVD (Disc/Floder/ISO/IFO) and convert to various video formats for some popular smartphones and tablets as well as editing software. Simple interface and CUDA acceleration will bring you an easy but effective conversion. The following guide will show you detailed steps.
You can have the trial version to try all the functions firstly, and then download the retail version to install it. (Mac users go to get DVDAid for Mac).
Note: Please respect the copyright law in your country. It is illegal to rip or copy DVDs for commercial use. It is allowed to clone a copy of copyrighted material for your own use under the concept of Fair Use in most countries.
Convert/Copy Disney Copy-Protected DVD movies for a safe storage:
Step 1. Install Pavtube DVDAid on your Windows/Mac.
Step 2. Launch Pavtube DVDAid, and load your DVD movie from Disney DVD disc drive to the app.
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. It enables you to makes 1:1 copy of original DVD Disc without quality loss with all audio streams, subtitle tracks, extras, etc.
Note: You can find the "Directly Copy" option to backup DVD main movie without extras. It will support to backup 100% intact the DVD main movie with all multiple tracks preserved. And you will get one M2TS file for output.
Alternatively, you are suggested to choose "Common Video -> H.264 Video(*.mp4)" for putting DVD to an external drive for playback.
Click big Convert button on the interface and then you will get a conversion dialogue box to show the exact progress, like time left, estimated size, state and so on.
Now coping Disney Copy-Protected DVD to an external hard drive, hard disk drive (HDD) or thumb drive is extremely easy. Have a try now! You can enjoy your favorite Disney Copy-Protected DVD Discs with your family again and again now with no worry about any disc damage problems.