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How to Remove DVD Copy Encryption in Windows/Mac

Have some DVD movies and want to copy them to your computer, only to find that they are locked by DVD encryption like CSS, RC, RCE, etc? Looking for the ways to remove DVD encryption so that you can backup your DVD movies with ease? If this is the case, you are definitely right being here. In this article, you'll learn how to remove copy protection from commercial DVD movies and backup them to your computer's hard drive as DVD folder or ISO image files.

To accomplish your task, you need the help of a DVD copying tool that can remove DVD copy encryption. Here Aimersoft DVD Copy is highly recommended to help you legally get rid of the DVD encryption. With it, you can easily remove DVD CSS, RC and RCE protection, save DVD movies to hard drive as DVD folder/ISO or copy DVD to DVD in 1:1 ration.

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Note: If you want to remove DVD copy protection and backup your DVD movies to computer as video files, please turn to How to Rip Encrypted DVD.

How to remove DVD copy protection

The guide below uses Aimersoft DVD Copy for Windows (Including Windows 8) screenshots. Actually, the way to unlock protected DVD movies on Mac OS X (including Mountain Lion) is the same. Just make sure you've downloaded the right version.

1 Choose DVD files

Insert the DVD disc into your computer's DVD drive and click "Source" to load the DVD movies. Then click "Target" and choose the output type from DVD Folder, Image File (ISO) or DVD-disc. A window will pop up, asking you to specify a directory to save the copied DVD movie.

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2Choose the copy mode

Click "Copy mode" to select from Full Movie, Main Movie (with menu), Main Movie (without menu) and Custom Mode to copy the part you want.

3Start removing DVD protection and copying

After all the above settings, click "Start" to begin copying your DVD movies. The software will automatically remove DVD copy encryption. When the copying process is over, you'll get the unprotected copy.

Below is a video tutorial on how to remove DVD copy protection:

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