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Recommendation of Clone DVD product or alternative please

Hi All,

I am looking for an application to rip my current DVD collection either onto a USB drive to use on the TV or to copy to other DVD's and store them in a spindle case to make the area by the TV less cluttered and all original DVD's can go in a box somewhere.

In the past I have used Clone DVD but their website has that many options I am not sure which is the best product and I do not need an ultimate package.  Also when I emailed them for advice it bounced back so not sure if http://www.clonedvd.net/ is the official website as when I google the software so many websites offer downloads for it.

I am open to suggestions of alternative software too, and if there is a free one even better.

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Hi Shaun

Thanks for sharing that with me and having a trial period is perfect so I can make sure it does what I'd like it to do.

I am always a bit dubious on the internet when it comes to these types of programs.

As a backup I have also come across WINXDVD which also looks very good too.

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