Here we cite DVDFab DVD Copy -- Main Movie mode as an example.
1. Explanation on functionality
1.1 Source: Where the original materials that you are going to process will be loaded. The button will load an existing DVD movie folder and ISO image file; If your source is the DVD disc, just insert it into your optical drive, DVDFab will automatically detect and load it as source;
1.2 Target: Where the outcome will go to. Click to choose one path from local HDD to save the resulting DVD movie folder, while click to select a place to create ISO image file; If you want to burn the original to blank media, just insert the blank media into your optical drive when the source disc is ejected.
1.3 Title Selection: The title you want to copy, usually the main title.
1.4 Chapter settings: A feature aims at catering the potential needs of copying just a part of the original movie, based on chapters.
1.5 Audio: Decide which audio stream(s) you want to be presented at the resulting disc.
1.6 Subtitle: Select the subtitle stream(s) you want to retain in the final disc.
1.7 Writable Media Size: DVD5 means to burn the main title to single-layer blank DVD 5 disc, while DVD9 means burning to dual-layer blank DVD 9 disc; About compression ratio, 100% stands for no compression gets involved, while others mean some percentage of compression is to be made.
2. A sample guide through the burning process (Source being original DVD disc)
2.1 Launch DVDFab and navigate to module Copy, Main Movie mode;
2.2 Insert the original DVD disc into optical drive;
2.3 Choose the correct region code (if DVDFab asks you to pick one) to complete the loading phase;
2.4 Select the target title, audio stream and subtitle stream;
2.5 Click on the wrench button and choose the correct writable media (DVD5 or DVD9) at the Advanced Settings window and confirm the change;
2.6 Click “Start” button at the following page to trigger the copying process;
2.7 When the source disc is ejected by the system, replace it with the blank media and then continue to burn;
2.8 After a reasonable amount of time, when a mini pop-up window saying “Process completed successfully”, click “OK” and eject the resulting disc and check it out on your standalone DVD player.