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DVDFab Virtual Drive – Virtual DVD/Blu-ray emulator

by Dwarka Rao 12 May 2010 One Comment

DVDFab Virtual drive is the software which can emulate up to maximum 18 drives. It is similar to the other virtual drives but it can emulate DVD and blu-ray disks.

For example, to play a Blu-ray disk backup on any player  then you need to use DVDFab to backup the Blu-ray to an ISO image file, and use DVDFab Virtual Drive to mount it, then play it.


·         It is free to download.

·         It creates copy of DVD and Blue-ray disks.

·         It can emulate up to 18 drives.

·         Creates a ISO-Image of the drives.






The software performance is very high as it can create up to 18 drives. So it is can play the disks like DVD or Blu-ray disks, which can then be played in any player.


It is quite reliable because the images can be created with 100% accuracy.


The user interface is quite easy to use as it has all the options present on all you need to do is to select the option and then just follow the steps to finish the task and create the image.


The software is free to download so it can be easily used to create the images and those images can easily be played in any player.


·         Creates up to 16 images.

·         The speed of copying is very high.


·         The quality of the images purely depends on the quality of the disk.


It can be concluded that this is best if you want to create images of DVD or blu-ray disks. The quality of the image is very high and the speed of the copying. It is much recommended when the user wants to create multiple images of any DVD or blu-ray.




One Comment »

  • Hafiz said:

    since it’s free, maybe i should use this one instead of alcohol

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