Pepsky CD/DVD Copy can copy your data, music and film CD/DVD fast and stably to another blank CD/DVD disc. Besides, it supports compressing and burning a video disc in DVD9 to a blank disc in DVD5 format.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Pepsky Video Converter 3.5 Pepsky Video Converter is a video-conversion tool. Pepsky Video Converter supports various video formats, such as AVI (DivX), MPEG-4, MPEG (VCD, SVCD, DVD compatible), WMV, ASF, Quick Time, VOB, RMVB, RM and DAT.
Description: Pepsky CD/DVD Copy can copy your data, music and film CD/DVD fast and stably to another blank CD/DVD disc. Besides, it supports compressing and burning a video disc in DVD9 to a blank disc in DVD5 format. Pepsky CD/DVD Copy has 5 tools for the users to choose from. 1:Copy CD/DVD--Copying your existing music, data and film CD/DVD fast and stably to another blank CD/DVD disc. The copied disc is identical to the original disc. 2:Make Image from Disc--Making disc image files that can be used in a virtual drive from music, data or film CDs/DVDs. 3:Burn Image to Disc--Burning a disc image file (such as an image file in SVD, ISO, etc.) to a blank CD/DVD. 4:Rip DVD9 to DVD5--Compressing and burning a video DVD in DVD9 (volume: about 8.5 GB) to a blank disc in DVD5 format (volume: about 4.5 GB). The video/audio quality can be kept almost unchanged. 5:Drive and Disc Information--Checking the information of the optical drive(s) and disc(s) on your computer.
Pepsky Burning Studio 3.0 Pepsky Burning Studio is a disc burning and multimedia conversion program comprised of multiple tools. It supports Window 2000/XP/2003/Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) operating systems
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