CloneCD v5.3.1.3
by SlySoft, Inc.
(SlySoft, Inc. Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/ME/98/95
File Size: 2.6 MB
License: (All Shareware software)
License Conditions:

21 Day Trial. Registration: US$39.00

System Requirements:

IBM compatible personal computer with a 500 MHz Pentium and 64 MB RAM. Windows 95/98/SE/ME/2000/XP. Harddisk space needed: 1 MB

Last Updated: 2008-06-15
For more detail about software : Software Description
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Software Description

CloneCD is the perfect tool to make backup copies of your music and data CDs, regardless of copy protection. CloneCD's award-winning user interface allows you to copy almost any CD in just a few mouse clicks.

Since the release of 5.0, CloneCD is not only able to copy CDs but also most DVD formats, such as DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM. The movies are copied 1:1 and therefore not modified (compressed). Note that to copy movie DVDs you also require AnyDVD.

CloneCD also works with other formats such as ISO and UDF files and copies CDs/DVDs with the new SafeDisc 3 Copy Protection System. CloneCD allows you to create perfect 1:1 copies of your valuable original compact discs. Should your copy-protected music CD not play in your car audio, the backup created by CloneCD will.

Product Highlights:

  • First copying software that uses RAW-Mode
  • Creates working 1:1 copies onto CD-Rs and CD-RWs
  • Amplifies weak sectors with selected CD writers
  • Emulates weak sectors with all CD writers
  • Works with CD-ROMs, CD-Rs and CD-RWscghjghjdg
  • Writes Audio CDs that conform to Redbook standard
  • Tray-icon allows control over functional usage of inserted media
  • Copies from CD/DVD drives, hard-drive or virtual drives
  • Intuitive user-interface, making it easy for novices
  • Rich selection of preset options via default profiles
  • Advanced options for expert users
  • Stable, fast and does not require an ASPI driver
  • Professional technical support and customer care
  • Copies DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM
  • Supports DVD split file image formats - this format works with FAT32 partitions and is compatible with VirtualCloneDrive
  • Supports ISO and UDF formats created by other applications (e.g., Nero, DVD2One, DVDShrink or CloneDVD)
  • Copies SafeDisc 3 protected CDs/DVDs
  • Emulates SafeDisc 3 weak sectors

New in v5.3.1.3

  • New: Copies DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+R Dual Layer and DVD-RAM
  • New: Supports DVD split file image formats - this format works with FAT32 partitions and is compatible with VirtualCloneDrive
  • New: Supports ISO and UDF formats created by other applications (e.g., Nero, DVD2One, DVDShrink or CloneDVD)
  • New: Copies SafeDisc 3 protected CDs/DVDs
  • New: Emulates SafeDisc 3 weak sectors

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Re: CloneCD Download

: : : : I can't seem to be able to find the download anywhere. Can someone email it to me please. Thanks in advance.

Re: CloneCD Download

: : : : I can't seem to be able to find the download anywhere. Can someone email it to me please. Thanks in advance.

splitting tracks

i am useing clonecd for copying karaoke cdg discs to hardrive
the problem is i have to copy the entire disc ie songs i dont realy want
How do i split the disc into individual tracks so i can put what i want into one folder
thanks
rob

Re: splitting tracks

Hi Rob,

Were you able to find a way to do what you wanted? I'm having the same problem with my CD-G Karaoke music discs. Some discs only have one song that I need/want and the rest are junk "for me". I don't use them and never will. So, like you, I only want the ones I now use and/or want to use in the immediate future. The rest can be put in storage.

Please do let me know what you find, or have found out, about this. THANKS MUCH!!!!

Re: USE THIS worlds best playstation burning program

looked for your web site :www.obsessionz.cjb.net: can not find it, am I doing something wrong?

Thanks.

Fourie

clonecd astualizar

Lo estado utilisando y es excelente y cesillo para trabajar , felcitaciones

Re: clonecd astualizar

: Lo estado utilisando y es excelente y cesillo para trabajar , felcitaciones

Re: clonecd astualizar

: : Lo estado utilisando y es excelente y cesillo para trabajar , felcitaciones

Re: clonecd astualizar

: Lo estado utilisando y es excelente y cesillo para trabajar , felcitaciones

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Re: Can CloneCD 4.2.0.2 burn PSX games without playing it with a

Go back to the main cloneCD page and click on the link to Elaborate Bytes web page they go into detail about your prob. on the FAQ page.

Re: copy dreamcast games

: i have done alot of
: research and i have learned that you need to buy a component that connects the dreamcast to the computer. a cable that connects to the serial port of the dreamcast to a port on the computer. then you need to run a series of programs to rip off the information of the dreamcast game. please email me if you learn anything more .
chrswhyte@hotmail.com

Re: diablo II

did you get your problem fixed. I want to know why you couldn't copy the cd

Re: Can CloneCD 4.2.0.2 burn PSX games without playing it with a

: : I always am confused with this. if not, what program does?

Re: ROM RIPPER

: : : : : DOES ANYONE HAVE ROM RIPPER 2.0 THAT THEY COULD SEND TO ME PLEASE. THANK YOU

: : : Yes please send it to me too - i really need it or else i just blew alot of cash - thanks soo much.

Re: copy dreamcast games - any updates???

As per your message on this board, did you ever find out how to copy these disc's. Regards, Robin

: i have done alot of
: research and i have learned that you need to buy a component that connects the dreamcast to the computer. a cable that connects to the serial port of the dreamcast to a port on the computer. then you need to run a series of programs to rip off the information of the dreamcast game. please email me if you learn anything more .
: john_19_male@yahoo.com

Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

I can go you one better - I wrote a program that will let you do ANYTHING to karaokes. AND, it's only 20 bucks and true shareware - no crippling involved.

http://karaokemaster.webhop.net

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: : Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: : Enjoy!

You know guys....you can type below the original post and VOILA! There are WORDS!!! Oh man, am I confusing you all too much??

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Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: : Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: : Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: : Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: : Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: : Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: : Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: : Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: : Enjoy!

Re: Rip/burn/DOWNLOAD any karaoke song

: Visit http://www.cdginfo.com

: Enjoy!

clone problems help

i used clone cd to copy some games on a comp running xp and works perfectly but will not work on my other comp running 98se. what could be the cause,is there a fix?

buffer

when i copy a cd with clone ver 4...the buffer settings that it uses ..is defaults...i think is 13.meg main buffer & 8.0 meg sub buffer something life that..when i copy the underrun buffer goes into red for some time...but this setting takes a longer time to burn that if it was blue all the way..is this ok or change the buffer to max...38 meg...for both main and sub

Re: clone problems help

Have you tried the game on other machines with xp?
It may be the CD Drive itself.

back-up dvd to cd-r

right folks ive work my way through the questions, heres the answer to one.
First u need to have a dvd reader and cd recorder in your pc. ok if the answer is yes move on.
what u have to do is rip the film on your hard drive then covert it to a vcd, svcd or avi etc.
Now the program that is tryed and tested is divx 1.8 its all over the net for free:
programs
dvd decryter (rips the dvd to the hard drive)
divx 1.8 (converts the film to vcd etc)
stomp or nero (writing software to cd)
where to find stuff
www.cdrsoft.net (loads of programs to download)
for how to do it
www.vcdhelp.com
again good look all. eightball

Re: back-up dvd to cd-r

: right folks ive work my way through the questions, heres the answer to one.
: First u need to have a dvd reader and cd recorder in your pc. ok if the answer is yes move on.
: what u have to do is rip the film on your hard drive then covert it to a vcd, svcd or avi etc.
: Now the program that is tryed and tested is divx 1.8 its all over the net for free:
: programs
: dvd decryter (rips the dvd to the hard drive)
: divx 1.8 (converts the film to vcd etc)
: stomp or nero (writing software to cd)
: where to find stuff
: www.cdrsoft.net (loads of programs to download)
: for how to do it
: www.vcdhelp.com
: again good look all. eightball

Re: back-up dvd to cd-r

: right folks ive work my way through the questions, heres the answer to one.
: First u need to have a dvd reader and cd recorder in your pc. ok if the answer is yes move on.
: what u have to do is rip the film on your hard drive then covert it to a vcd, svcd or avi etc.
: Now the program that is tryed and tested is divx 1.8 its all over the net for free:
: programs
: dvd decryter (rips the dvd to the hard drive)
: divx 1.8 (converts the film to vcd etc)
: stomp or nero (writing software to cd)
: where to find stuff
: www.cdrsoft.net (loads of programs to download)
: for how to do it
: www.vcdhelp.com
: again good look all. eightball

Re: back-up dvd to cd-r

: : right folks ive work my way through the questions, heres the answer to one.
: : First u need to have a dvd reader and cd recorder in your pc. ok if the answer is yes move on.
: : what u have to do is rip the film on your hard drive then covert it to a vcd, svcd or avi etc.
: : Now the program that is tryed and tested is divx 1.8 its all over the net for free:
: : programs
: : dvd decryter (rips the dvd to the hard drive)
: : divx 1.8 (converts the film to vcd etc)
: : stomp or nero (writing software to cd)
: : where to find stuff
: : www.cdrsoft.net (loads of programs to download)
: : for how to do it
: : www.vcdhelp.com
: : again good look all. eightball

Re: back-up dvd to cd-r

: : right folks ive work my way through the questions, heres the answer to one.
: : First u need to have a dvd reader and cd recorder in your pc. ok if the answer is yes move on.
: : what u have to do is rip the film on your hard drive then covert it to a vcd, svcd or avi etc.
: : Now the program that is tryed and tested is divx 1.8 its all over the net for free:
: : programs
: : dvd decryter (rips the dvd to the hard drive)
: : divx 1.8 (converts the film to vcd etc)
: : stomp or nero (writing software to cd)
: : where to find stuff
: : www.cdrsoft.net (loads of programs to download)
: : for how to do it
: : www.vcdhelp.com
: : again good look all. eightball

Can you please send me the programs you have because I can't find any. Thanks.

Re: back-up dvd to cd-r

: right folks ive work my way through the questions, heres the answer to one.
: First u need to have a dvd reader and cd recorder in your pc. ok if the answer is yes move on.
: what u have to do is rip the film on your hard drive then covert it to a vcd, svcd or avi etc.
: Now the program that is tryed and tested is divx 1.8 its all over the net for free:
: programs
: dvd decryter (rips the dvd to the hard drive)
: divx 1.8 (converts the film to vcd etc)
: stomp or nero (writing software to cd)
: where to find stuff
: www.cdrsoft.net (loads of programs to download)
: for how to do it
: www.vcdhelp.com
: again good look all. eightball

Re: back-up dvd to cd-r

: right folks ive work my way through the questions, heres the answer to one.
: First u need to have a dvd reader and cd recorder in your pc. ok if the answer is yes move on.
: what u have to do is rip the film on your hard drive then covert it to a vcd, svcd or avi etc.
: Now the program that is tryed and tested is divx 1.8 its all over the net for free:
: programs
: dvd decryter (rips the dvd to the hard drive)
: divx 1.8 (converts the film to vcd etc)
: stomp or nero (writing software to cd)
: where to find stuff
: www.cdrsoft.net (loads of programs to download)
: for how to do it
: www.vcdhelp.com
: again good look all. eightball

dvd coping

right all,
take note after reading some of the replys and info on this forum u havent got a clue some of u. Go and get a pen and paper.
right to make a back-up copy with all the menus for a dvd 9 (bigger than 4.7 gb) and compress to dvd 5 (under 4.7 gb) u need these programs:
1. dvd decrypter or smart ripper 2.41 (this the ripper, get both)
2. dvd2one ver1.1.1 (this is the compressor)
3. stomp 4.0 with upgrade to 4.5 (this is the writing program)
read the info at :
www.dvdhelp.com
www.dvd20necom
from start to ready to copy on a dvd take about 30 mins with a 2.6 gig system, i know the writing depends on your dvd writer speed from a hour to minutes.
for example a 8.5 gig disk took me from start to finish 50 mins with all the mneus working perfect. good luck all.

Re: dvd coping

: right all,
: take note after reading some of the replys and info on this forum u havent got a clue some of u. Go and get a pen and paper.
: right to make a back-up copy with all the menus for a dvd 9 (bigger than 4.7 gb) and compress to dvd 5 (under 4.7 gb) u need these programs:
: 1. dvd decrypter or smart ripper 2.41 (this the ripper, get both)
: 2. dvd2one ver1.1.1 (this is the compressor)
: 3. stomp 4.0 with upgrade to 4.5 (this is the writing program)
: read the info at :
: www.dvdhelp.com
: www.dvd20necom
: from start to ready to copy on a dvd take about 30 mins with a 2.6 gig system, i know the writing depends on your dvd writer speed from a hour to minutes.
: for example a 8.5 gig disk took me from start to finish 50 mins with all the mneus working perfect. good luck all.

Re: dvd coping

hi
can you tell me how to download films from kazza
and then copy them onto dvdrw

Re: dvd coping

: right all,
: take note after reading some of the replys and info on this forum u havent got a clue some of u. Go and get a pen and paper.
: right to make a back-up copy with all the menus for a dvd 9 (bigger than 4.7 gb) and compress to dvd 5 (under 4.7 gb) u need these programs:
: 1. dvd decrypter or smart ripper 2.41 (this the ripper, get both)
: 2. dvd2one ver1.1.1 (this is the compressor)
: 3. stomp 4.0 with upgrade to 4.5 (this is the writing program)
: read the info at :
: www.dvdhelp.com
: www.dvd20necom
: from start to ready to copy on a dvd take about 30 mins with a 2.6 gig system, i know the writing depends on your dvd writer speed from a hour to minutes.
: for example a 8.5 gig disk took me from start to finish 50 mins with all the mneus working perfect. good luck all.

Re: dvd coping

: : right all,
: : take note after reading some of the replys and info on this forum u havent got a clue some of u. Go and get a pen and paper.
: : right to make a back-up copy with all the menus for a dvd 9 (bigger than 4.7 gb) and compress to dvd 5 (under 4.7 gb) u need these programs:
: : 1. dvd decrypter or smart ripper 2.41 (this the ripper, get both)
: : 2. dvd2one ver1.1.1 (this is the compressor)
: : 3. stomp 4.0 with upgrade to 4.5 (this is the writing program)
: : read the info at :
: : www.dvdhelp.com
: : www.dvd20necom
: : from start to ready to copy on a dvd take about 30 mins with a 2.6 gig system, i know the writing depends on your dvd writer speed from a hour to minutes.
: : for example a 8.5 gig disk took me from start to finish 50 mins with all the mneus working perfect. good luck all.

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