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Windows 7: One-click DVD to ISO conversion

16 Sep 2011   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit
One-click DVD to ISO conversion

Fast is now beautiful. BDlot DVD ISO Master touts itself as the world's first software to convert DVDs to ISOs directly without any video or audio quality loss, all in just one click.

It helps convert any DVD into an ISO and also doubles as a burner to burn any ISO to CD/DVD/BD.

The interface is simple, uncluttered and has just two tabs DVD to ISO, ISO to DVD.

Select the source DVD and the output folder and click Run. That is it.

There are options to remove region code, UOPs, CSS encryption etc., which are selected by default as shown in the screenshot.

One-click DVD to ISO conversion-dvd2iso.jpg

The free software can be downloaded from BDlot DVD ISO Master - Best Choice to Decrypt and Backup DVD as ISO for Free!

Note: 1. I did not try the ISO to DVD since I use other programs for that. 2. Check with your local copyright and fair use laws before using this on commercial DVDs.

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