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Alcohol 120

No, I am not talking about drinking or drinking games.
I am talking about, Alcohol 120 software that will rock your world.
This software is a must have.
It will fast become one of your most favorite software.
It will be software that you, be happy to pay for, and you too will be singing the praises to others.

* Bypass the latest "unbreakable" protections using Alcohol Software's state of the art burning and emulation process!

* Supports the highest number of possible image file types including - MDS, CCD, BIN, CUE, ISO, CDI, BWT, BWI, BWS, BWA & many more...

* Make perfect 1:1 back-ups of CDs, Alcohol 120% is really the ultimate DVD* / CD emulation and burning software.

Comments (7)

This looks suspiciously lik... (Below threshold)

This looks suspiciously like spam... I checked out the software, and it specifically says it will NOT copy copy-protected DVDs. Furthermore, this posting is word-for-word cut and pasted from the web site. Kevin, I urge you to consider deleting this post and having a strong talk with Shelli.


This is a reputable program... (Below threshold)

This is a reputable program, and has been given favorable coverage on TechTV's "The Screen Savers." I don't see where it says it won't copy protected stuff. What I do see is that it says, "Bypass the latest 'unbreakable' protections using Alcohol Software's state of the art burning and emulation process!"

In any event, I'm curious if anyone knows about Alcohol 52%, which sounds like it has most of the same features. What's the difference between the products?

Oh nice!I am not pra... (Below threshold)

Oh nice!
I am not praising it for the hell of it. We actually do use it in our home a lot. It is all it says it is!
Oh it does ! Even Disney movies to Adult entertaiment- I do resent the implication I don't know what I am talking about or that I am lieing.
What kind of proof do you want?!

I think it used to be able ... (Below threshold)

I think it used to be able to copy CSSed DVDs (meaning, a commercial DVD with encryption), but the newer versions don't. The only copy protection I think it gets around now is copy protection on PC game discs.

Shelli, spamming in weblogs... (Below threshold)

Shelli, spamming in weblogs has become a huge curse. I didn't see a referral ID in your link to the software, so that lessened my suspicions, but your three bullet points are literally perfect cut and pastes from the web site, even down to the asterisk after DVD -- but without the corresponding note: "* Due to the present legal restrictions DVD titles protected with CSS protection cannot be backed up."

I admit I've been struggling to come up with original material to post out of respect for the gracious opportunity Kevin has granted us (and I know some would argue I haven't struggled enough), but I personally would never cut and paste from advertising for ANY product, no matter how much I loved the product. And if for some reason I actually DID, I'd put quote marks around other peoples' words and not leave the impression that the praise was my own comments.

I know that's a half-assed apology at best, but two of my biggest peeves are spamming and plagiarism, and this posting (in my opinion) skirts close to both.


(who has been experimenting with DVD X-Copy lately, and seeing just why publishers have big worries about it...)

No bad feelings- all is goo... (Below threshold)

No bad feelings- all is good.
I was just attempting a product review as well as making a post that would be of universal interest.

That's all I have to say about that.

Good on you Shelli for shar... (Below threshold)

Good on you Shelli for sharing the information
("J.", you're a pretentious wanker!)






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