DVD neXt COPY neXt Tech
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Modern-looking utility which enables you to copy DVD folders and disks and ISO images to the hard drive, to your phone, a BD or a PS3
DISCOUNT: 78% OFF!DVD neXt COPY neXt Tech is a software application that provides users with a simple means of creating backups for your DVD movies on your HDD, mobile, Blu-ray disks or PS3.
Smooth installation and structured environmentThe setup process does not offer you to download any products that you do not actually require and it does not last longer than a few moments. After completing it, you are greeted by a modern and well-organized interface, as it only encompasses a menu bar, a navigation panel and a pane in which to display selected data. It is suitable for both novice and power users.
Items you can processThis tool can be used in order to copy movie DVD disks and folders to other environments, such as a mobile phone, Blu-ray disk, PS3, a custom location on the drive or an ISO image. It is possible to copy all the data found on a DVD, only the main movie or the menu.
In addition to that, you can easily convert all sorts of disk images (GI, ISO, NRG, CDI, MDF, IMG, B5I, PDI, BIN, CCD) to a BIN, CUE or ISO files, as well as erase rewritable DVDs with just a click of the button.
Options to tinker with and converting disk imagesThe burn speed is subject to change, while you can also control the target size (4.5 or 7.2GB), remove the region code and the DTS audio parameters.
When copying to your mobile phone it is possible to view the long list of supported devices (e.g. iPod, Apple TV, Blackberry, Windows Phone 7 etc.), select one of the built-in profiles, adjust the volume and enable deinterlace.
Bottom lineTo conclude, DVD neXt COPY neXt Tech is a pretty efficient piece of software, which presents a modern and intuitive interface. All jobs are completed in a pretty fair amount of time, the system’s performance is not going to be effected in any way and we did not detect any bugs, errors or crashes in our tests.
DVD neXt COPY neXt Tech was reviewed by Madalina Boboc
Last updated on June 19th, 2014