Copy DVD-9 to DVD-9 with Any DVD Shrink

To copy a DVD-9 movie to a blank DVD-9 disc with Any DVD Shrink, you need at least two DVD drives and at least one of them is a DVD burner. Then follow the steps below.

 

1. Insert the DVD-9 movie to a DVD drive.

2. Run Any DVD Shrink, click Open DVD button, then Any DVD Shrink will list all the contents of the DVD-9 movie in the main window. And Any DVD Shrink will show you whether the DVD movie is NTSC or PAL. Also the longest title will be pointed out.

3. Go to menu Settings --> Options, and select 8000 (DVD D9) in Max DVD Size dropdown list.

DVD copy and DVD Shrink options of Any DVD Shrink

4. Insert a blank DVD-9 disc in another DVD drive which has DVD burning ability.

5. In output device dropdown list, select the DVD drive where the blank DVD-9 disc was inserted.

6. Click Copy DVD button and Any DVD Shrink will start to copy the DVD-9 movie to the inserted DVD-9 disc.

 

Note:

a. Check Delete temporary folder when DVD Cloner finished option to save hard disk space.

b. If you don't uncheck any items from the source disk, you will get 1:1 DVD copy.

c. You can uncheck any chapters, titles, subtitles or audio tracks that you don't want to write into the new disk.

d. Please make sure your DVD burner supports dual layer DVD disc (DVD D9).

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