Last week's Kaleidescape ruling has left us looking for new (and legal) ways to get our digital fix.
Walmart Disc-to-Digital
HandBrake
Clone My DVD
AnyDVD HD
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DVDShrink
123 Copy DVD
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Clone My DVD

Discs are easy to damage. The kids, the dog, and even your butterfingers make it a good idea to have a back-up plan. This software download promises users endless copies of DVD and CDs, and even throws game options into the mix. According to parent company One Click Tools, Clone My DVD is really designed to do just that—clone DVDs and other compatible discs. However, if you are just looking for a backup option, this works, as long as you don’t mind the ISO format.

Price: $49
The Buzz: “This software, under its shareware version, allows you to clone only three CDs or DVDs, and after that, you need to buy the commercial version to continue using it.” — Software Informer

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