Description: DVD Ghost is a very useful utility to make your DVD play/copy/backup software restriction-free, and it also supports copy/backup DVD to hard disk.
It is a small, effective software working with DVD softwares. It is light on your system resources and resides in system tray. It removes all kinds of restrictions(CSS, RPC Region code, RCE, APS, UOPS, etc.) from the DVD discs in the background.
Through this software your player will be able to play all region DVD on all DVD drives with mismatched region code without changing the region code. You needn't hack DVD drive (flash firmware) which is very dangerous.
DVD Ghost also allows you to copy your DVD movie to hard disk if DVD copy/backup software not installed in your computer.
RPC-II Region-free: It bypasses the RPC-II region protection of DVD drives, you can watch all-region DVDs on any DVD drives with a mismatched region code. You needn't change the region code any more.
RCE Region-free: Removes RCE region protection from DVDs dynamically.
CSS-free: Decrypts DVDs in the background.
Macrovision-free: Removes APS protection from DVDs, this feature makes your DVD player VHS-friendly.
Operation-free: Removes UOPS(prohibited user operations) from DVDs.
No harm to your DVD drives: It just bypasses the copyright protection of the DVD drives without changing any parameters or the firmware of the DVD drives.
Works well with all DVD drives even if they are region-locked
Works well with DVD-Video Discs including no-file displaying discs
Works well with all popular software DVD players: PowerDVD, WinDVD, MS Media Player, BlazeDVD, etc.
Supports DVD copy softwares: Intervideo DVDCopy, DVD Shrink
Supports Copy CSS-encrypted DVD movies to harddisk
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