Digiarty Giveaway: WinX DVD Copy Pro


Digiarty is currently running a ‘Spring’ promotion which includes a giveaway of its very good WinX DVD Copy Pro software. WinX DVD Copy Pro would normally sell for $49.95us but is available free for everyone right now… offer expires after 50,000 copies or 10th April, whichever comes first.

WinX DVD Copy Pro – The Software

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Make DVD Copy without Any Quality Loss – DVD to DVD Copy, DVD to ISO Image Clone

WinX DVD Copy Pro is specially designed to meet users’ up-to-date DVD backup demand: clone DVD to DVD disc for safe storage; copy DVD to ISO image for later burning, playing or ripping; copy DVD to MPEG2 file with intact content for further usage in media center, DVD library establishment and DVD playback in PS3, HTPC. Equipped with ISO mounter and DVD burner, this DVD copy software can also help mount ISO to a virtual drive and burn DVD to DVD.

Without any third party DVD decrypter, WinX DVD Copy Pro has unlimited access to all region codes and copy protection systems. It faultlessly supports Disney’s Fake, severely scratched DVDs and Sony ARccOS bad sector, while these three obstacles beat off most of DVD copy software in the current market.

WinX DVD Copy Pro – The Giveaway

To get a free copy of WinX DVD Copy Pro, simply visit the special Spring promotion page here: http://www.winxdvd.com/specialoffer/spring-giveaway-promo.htm, and click on the Get Giveaway Version button:

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This will initiate a 15.1MB zip download which includes a text file containing your license code.

That’s all there is to it. Enjoy!

 

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Jim Hillier

Jim is the resident freeware aficionado at DCT. A computer veteran with 30+ years experience who first started writing about computers and tech back in the days when freeware was actually free. His first computer was a TRS-80 in the 1980s, he progressed through the Commodore series of computers before moving to PCs in the 1990s. Now retired (aka an old geezer), Jim retains his passion for all things tech and still enjoys building and repairing computers for a select clientele... as well as writing for DCT, of course.

10 Comments

  1. Hmmmm…when I installed this special version and entered the registration code, I got a “registration successful” message. I also got a message stating this was a “time-limited special offer” and to get pay more to get the full version. Does “time-limited special offer” mean after a set time period the installed free version no longer will work? And why doesn’t Digiarty’s promo material explain that the free version is apparently a scaled-down version of the full version? I wonder what features are missing?

    • Does “time-limited special offer” mean after a set time period the installed free version no longer will work?

      No. It means the offer to get the software for free is “Time limited”, the offer expires on 10th April. The software itself, the version downloaded, will work forever.

      And why doesn’t Digiarty’s promo material explain that the free version is apparently a scaled-down version of the full version? I wonder what features are missing?

      Because the software is not a “scaled-down” version, it is the full featured version. The only missing aspects are no free upgrades (to future versions) and no free support – this is standard for giveaways. If you pay the bit more, you will also receive those additional benefits.

      Hope that clarifies.

      Cheers… Jim

      • Jim, I found there was a limit on how many DVD’s could be copied, it’s been a while now, so I forget the amount. I uninstalled the programme.

  2. The program installed fine but it didn’t install the desktop icon I asked it to. Then when I tried to run it from the menu the password box popped up asking for an admin password. As I wasn’t installing it I of course denied this request. As that stopped the program running the only option left was uninstall.

    Why can’t these idiots write software that will run properly. Allowing anything other than installs and utility programs run with admin access is an invite to have your system trashed by viruses.

    • Had absolutely zero problems installing here in a Windows 7 64-bit system Stephen, desktop icon and all. The only box which pops up on running is the standard UAC prompt.

      Cheers… Jim

    • Good on you Colin, it’s refreshing to hear from somebody who isn’t complaining about something for free.

      Digiarty produces nice software, and I’m sure this one would be no exception.

      Cheers mate… Jim