4.06 from 31 Reviews

DVDFab is enabling you to copy DVDs and Blu-ray discs to your hard drive.

It allows you to back up your DVDs in case they are damaged and also because they are becoming obsolete.

Other options include copying, burning, cloning, ripping, decrypting and settings which personalize your DVD.

It is a powerful tool, which eliminated most common DVD protections, like CPRM, CPPM, CSS, RC, RCE, UOPSs, APS, RipGuard, ARccOS, Core X2 and FluxDVD.

Subsequently, you will easily copy any DVD to the hard drive, to a blank disc, to iPods and PSPs in 10 to 20 minutes, even if the original disc is in a very poor condition.

Compression is performed with a minimum amount of distortions. Clones have the 1:1 ratio and DVD-9 is transformed into DVD-5 without too many compromises.

Videos from DVD/Blu-ray discs can be converted to AVI, WMV, MP4, 3GP, MKV and many others.

Other useful features are the built-in CSS decryptor, removing region codes, supporting most configurations and multiple languages, and using or leaving out bonus material.

When not familiar with DVDFab, its complexity can intimidate beginner users, but it only takes you a few minutes to get used to this utility. The buttons are named and the interface is airy and orderly for optimal user experience.

You can perform basic tasks with ease or customize your copies. This is possible due to the left-hand preview screen which will play the scenes just by double-clicking on them.
Reviews & Comments
Udit Kumar Sahoo
on 19 July 2023
The software works quite fine and when you have a problem the support gives you quick and clear responses. I do recommend it :-)
DVDFab 12.9.6
Bubba Jaay Arias
on 04 January 2023
Best customer support of any company I’ve ever dealt with. They were very fast in addressing my issue.

Unlike many other companies, they seem to care.

CODECS admin's Note: This could be a review posted by a DVDFab employee.
on 17 January 2017
Just downloaded fab 10 and now NOTHING will open. I put a homevideo dvd-r in and get "Failed to open E:[funai_dvd_video].

Please check if it is playable." Now before you say "check the disc" I must state this is the 3rd option. I tried a disc because I first tried dragging a file already on my harddrive to try and compress and got the same thing.

Then I tried to add button and Fab will not open any thing. I opened DVDfab9 and everything is fine. I have no idea why nothing will load in fab10. Anyone else having this issue?