"When using K9Copy to copy a DVD, you can either keep the
original menu structure on the disc or create a new one. You can
also create an ISO image or compress the original video (producing
an AVI file, for example) and store it on your hard disk or burn it
to a CD. K9Copy is licensed under the GNU General Public License
(GPLv2), so it's fully open source and also free of cost."
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