posted on Dec, 23 2012 @ 02:56 PM
For what it's worth and of course, only for legal and proper archive copies... I use AnyDvD and DvDcloner. AnyDvD strips the issues to working with
the disk any way you want. Add and remove features, menus or just remove that infernal FBI nag screen (My first order of business). It also supports
Blue-Ray in another version with updates out almost weekly.
It's SO good I not only backup my Son's DVD's on arrival so his misadventures don't cost us expensive movies....but that ability to modify and
change any aspect of a commercial movie disk has seen me archive copying more than one I own myself....son or no son...and leaving the original in a
box while the 'improved' version without blocked controls or nag screens is there to watch.
Just my advice thrown in...and I did spend a LONG time testing and playing with things to find this working. I've been using it 4 years without a
single fail to 1:1 copy where the disk media itself wasn't the failure point.
If you're in a time crunch, this will do it for ya. Slysoft AnyDvD