What’s the Best DVD Burning Software?

There are many review websites that mention what they believe is the best DVD Copying software. Some of what I read are actually honest commentaries. Some of that I read are opinions and not reviews at all. Makes one wonder if these reviewers actually review or even use the software themselves.

In all actuality, there are about five really good DVD software programs out there. When I say really good, I mean they do a very good job at producing great copies of your DVD movies that run well when you play them back in your home entertainment DVD player.

Out of the five there are only two that stand out: 1Click DVD Copy 5 and it’s big sister 1Click DVD Copy Pro. Why do I say this?

It is because the company – LG Software Innovations – has a longer development history than all of their competitors. This is a statistic that is often overlooked when purchasing this type of software. Why is that?

Because longer software development histories mean a greater time interval exists for refining and perfecting the product in working out the bugs; so that in the end, a superior and stable product is produced. In other words, the product has gone through the wringer and come out on the other side a great product.

Right from the start when either of these programs are installed, you can feel the stability and power when they are run, You feel confident that they are going to work; and work well.

My personal favorite is 1Click DVD Copy Pro. I like the additional features that it’s smaller sister does not have. These include the presets. I can elect to copy the entire movie with the extras or just the movie without the extras. I can perform a near-DVD copy or a bit-by-bit, block-by-block copy which produces and exact copy of the original movie. I can elect to copy episodic DVD movies, control the amount of compression I want (which determines the copy quality). I can include or exclude subtitles; and I can choose to copy onto a regular DVD-5 or larger DVD-9 format.

These products can produce near-DVD quality or exact DVD quality but is a much simpler program to use. You basically insert the original DVD movie, click a button and let it copy it do a blank DVD. You have a few options to manipulate, but for the most part it is a program for those who simply want to copy a DVD movie to a blank DVD (or to your PC hard drive) not concerned about all of the stuff on the original DVD that can be excluded using 1Click DVD Copy Pro.

How can you be sure that these products are the best? Try them for yourself.