iToolSoft DVD Copy for Mac is DVD duplication software, enables you to clone and burn your files and videos on DVD just within a few simple mouse clicks. It can keep the quality of copied audios and videos the same as the original ones.
Description: iToolSoft DVD Copy for Mac is DVD duplication software, enables you to clone and burn your files and videos on DVD just within a few simple mouse clicks. It can keep the quality of copied audios and videos the same as the original ones. Copy DVD movies in 1:1 ratio, or copy DVD-5 or DVD-9 to same output format. Save as DVD disc, DVD folder or ISO file and vice versa.
Specially made for Mac users
This Mac DVD-copy software can clone DVD on Mac while maintaining the audio and video quality of the original file.
High flexibility to copy DVD
Audio tracks, subtitles, whether to include menu and skip menu, are all optional to assist you to create a backup copy of your own.
This Mac DVD copy software works pretty well with DVD+-R/RW, DVD-RAM, most DVD players and burners, and Dual Layer 8.5GB disc.
Convenience and easy to use
Mac DVD copy is as easy as 1-2-3: select source, select target and copy.
Multi-language and Multi-skin
Multiple languages and featured skins are available to personalize the appearance of the DVD copy Mac tool.
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