DVDSmith Movie Backup and ADrive: Safely and Seamlessly Store Movies
Article by George Norman
On 12 Feb 2009
Amongst your favorite pastimes, watching movies ranks in the top 3, I’m sure. The problem is that DVD’s are inherently prone to get damaged (accidental scratches, or hyperactive children) or lost (you either cannot locate the DVD or you lent it to someone and they never returned it). DVDSmith Movie Backup solves that problem by simply storing its contents to your computer. But what if you do not want to keep a whole bunch of movies on your hard disk? ADrive provides a simple answer: store up to 50GB of data online, for free.

“Combining powerful functionality with a straightforward interface, DVDSmith Movie Backup provides an easy way to transfer DVD information onto your hard drive. In Full Disk Mode, DVDSmith Movie Backup can backup, clone or copy DVD movie to computer as DVD folder, ISO file. DVDSmith can copy and decrypt the whole movie DVD to a local hard drive with excellent reliability, speed, and ease of use,” explains the developer.


Using DVDSmith Movie Backup is a very straightforward process since there are only 5 buttons to go through. Just press “Full Disc” to copy all content from the DVD to your machine; hit “Main Movie” to copy the film alone and leave the menus and extras behind.

Once you are done ripping the movie and would rather not store it locally, simply visit ADrive’s web page, set up an account, and upload up to 50GB of data to their servers. The cool thing is that you will always have access to your data, no matter where you are – all it takes is for you to have access to the internet and a device with Java installed on it. You can also share your data with your friends, but this feature is limited to 1TB for free account holders.

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