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Learn how to convert a DVD with subtitles to video:
Welcome to 123 Copy DVD! Here we will show you how to convert a DVD’s content to H.264 format in a few simple steps. The H.264 codec offers industry grade compression and is the most optimal way to back up your DVD’s with virtually no loss in quality! It is literally one the best video codecs available!
Once the process is completed you will have successfully converted your favorite DVD movies to H.264 to enjoy on various platforms! 123 will teach you how to back up your data in no time flat!
Welcome to 123 Copy DVD tutorials. In today’s installment we will show you how to copy a Blu-ray movie to a blank Blu-ray disc. This is great for watching your favourite Blu-ray movies without having to worry about scratching expensive original versions! Now you can let the kids watch their favourite movies without any worries. Just sit back and enjoy!
Learning how to copy a Blu-ray movie has never been so easy.
This article only applies to 123CopyDVD 2012 (The version numbers start with 9):
123CopyDVD Gold and Platinum is now able to apply a few different methods of 3D as an after effect in the Video Editor. You will first need to load up the video editor by selecting ‘Create a Video File’ if you want a file on your hard drive or ‘Create a DVD Video’ if you want to burn it to a DVD.
Making photo slideshows and multimedia presentations is a snap with 123 Copy DVD. Create stunning slideshows to show off your photo collection and include video clips and transitions to make your presentation a hit.
To make a photo slideshow follow these steps:
To use the streaming service you must create an inbound and outbound exception in your firewall. If you have changed your port number from the default in 123 Copy DVD you must change the port number for the exception rules to match.
To create the exceptions using Windows Firewall:
123 applications do not remove copy protection from any media, if it is legal in your area for you to copy protected material for backup purposes the following third-party utilities will help you to work with copy-protected discs: