Hotly anticipated summer films are being released now, and the movie world’s most recent big cheese is none other than Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) in Mission: Impossible – Fallout. Cinephiles may have to wait until the end of the year for the physical disc format, but how are the superheroes, pets, princes, and princesses on your old DVD discs? Can they still save the world or go on adventures? Well, I mean, are your old discs still intact and readable? After all, physical media is fragile. Old classic movie data could be lost forever because of scratches and the like, making digital backup a necessary step. Besides, even though playing a DVD movie with a standalone DVD player is not that complicated, a digital copy is far easier to access, edit and upload.

The lowdown on old disc backup is that you have to choose: backup with or without quality loss. For old or maybe broken DVD discs, DVD ripper software specialized in data digitizing and repairing is especially a necessity. WinX DVD Ripper Platinum, a professional DVD conversion toolbox, could be your best way to turn old DVD discs into digital formats in highest possible quality.

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Note: A full license enables you to enjoy full features, with no limits on software functions at all. You can freely use it to turn old disc to digital copy, repair and backup scrambled or scratched DVD, rip new movie discs, etc. Once you free get a full license in the SHARE TO WIN section by clicking “Share on Facebook” or “Share on Twitter”, download WinX DVD Ripper Platinum to activate the code immediately. A valid email address is required.

What Can WinX DVD Ripper Platinum Really Do to Your Old DVD Discs?

> No matter what kind of disc you have, be it old, scratched or unreadable, just throw it into WinX DVD Ripper Platinum to give it a new lease of life. For slightly or badly broken discs, it detects all remaining data and intelligently skips traps on right title analyzing.

> Old movie discs can be turned into digital copies in any formats you want, 350+ profiles available to choose. MP4 H.264 is recommended in most cases.

> Flexible settings to cover both basic and advanced editing needs before output: add subtitles, remove letterbox, adjust bitrate, change aspect ratio, etc to make old DVD disc fit well on widescreen HDTV, NAS or newest mobile devices.

> Hardware acceleration to boost old disc backup on old PC devices. As long as there is a QSV powered CPU or NVECN/CUDA compatible GPU, you can enjoy a 32x real-time faster speed.

How to Turn Old Disc to Digital Copy?

Here is the test of digitizing old movie disc with full licensed WinX DVD Ripper Platinum on Windows 10 Intel Core i5-3470 CPU @3.20GHz with 8GB RAM. We choose an old DVD released in 2010 and plan to turn it into MP4 H.264.

Step 1: Insert the old disc into DVD drive and click “DVD Disc” button to load the movie content. Some discs are built with 99 confusing titles. No worries! With WinX, the correct title is auto selected right away.

Step 2: Then set the output format. “MP4 Video” is right there under “General Profiles” category.

Output format suggestion:

To copy out the old movie for uploading online, scroll down to “YouTube Video” under “Web Video Profile”. To download old disc to mobile, choose the exact phone model from “Device Profile”, for example, iPhone X, Samsung Galaxy S8, Sony PS3, etc. To extract scratched DVD for later burning to another blank disc, choose “Clone DVD to ISO image” under “DVD Backup”.

Step 3: After clicking “OK”, specify the destination folder and click “RUN” to start the process. The ripping speed actually depends on your PC sets. The better your equipment is, the faster the backup will be.

If you do have droves of old disc to be turned into digital media, seize the chance to get full licensed WinX DVD Ripper Platinum by simply sharing on social media. Or directly purchase the software with lifetime license at only $19.95, which is originally priced at $59.95. Big discount!

Please check your local laws and make sure you are allowed to back up movie discs to digital copies.