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    Default DVD X Copy Platinum vs 123 Copy DVD

    Iím trying to decide between these two softwares.

    DVD X Copy Platinum is $100. 123 Copy DVD is $20. They both promise to be able to copy any DVD. I havenít used either. Has anyone in this group used both? Iíd like to get a one-to-one comparison, but Iím having trouble finding good reviews of both online. If their quality is comparable, the price makes it an easy decision.

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    I've used DVD X Copy Express, and it was great .
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    There don't seem to be any reviews of it yet. Strange. I picked up 123 Copy in the first week it was available, and I've been thrilled with it. If you get it, go to the website as soon as you have it installed and download the patch that allows you to decrypt. Very important.

    There's a comparison chart on the 123 Copy site here:

    http://www.123copydvd.com/chart.html

    I haven't used DVD X myself, but if this chart is to be believed, 123 can copy all special features and languages or choose which ones you want, and copy everything onto one disk, whereas DVD X can't. I donít know if it can be believed, though.

    The question is, even if DVD X is better, is it $80 better?

    Also, doesn't that company have a lawsuit pending against it?
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    DVD X Copy does have a lawsuit pending, I'd go with 123 Copy.
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