When you think of burning a DVD movie, one thing many people love about DVDs is that there are included extras, right? So you have to be able to copy extras as well. But what if you don’t want all the extras, such as the pointless, random ones that really provide you nothing special at all? First, the good news: all three of these titles allow you to copy a complete DVD disc, including extras. When it comes to having full control of your extras, however, 1Click DVD Copy is severely lacking: it’s an all-or-none deal, with only a simple checkbox for choosing to copy all the extras. CloneDVD and DVD-Cloner share a similar benefit in this aspect, with not only the ability to select which extras get included, but also a convenient preview window--just in case you don’t remember what extra “Chapter 4" was. Additionally, the ability to select which extras you want will allow you maximize your disc—the fewer extras you have, the lower the amount of compression needed to make it all fit on a single disc, thus resulting in a higher quality disc overall. So yet another tie in this category, but this time it’s for DVD-Cloner and CloneDVD.
I’ll briefly include a section here about subtitles, as they share a similar trait with extras. This feature inclusion is basically the same as with extras. It’s an all-or-nothing deal with 1Click DVD Copy, whereas CloneDVD and DVD-Cloner allow you to select which languages you wish to include. For that reason, the result is the same as with extras, a tie between CloneDVD and DVD-Cloner .
If you’ve been keeping track of the score, that’s one point for 1Click DVD Copy, two points for CloneDVD, and a perfect three points for DVD-Cloner. Now let’s dig a little deeper to see who can conquer the late rounds.