How to copy DVD to computer
The tool you need is DVD Shrink, it’s totally free. And we have scanned it with virus protector. It’s clean without any virus and spyware, here is the download link, the file size is about 1.04 MB. And then install it
Step1. Insert a DVD into your DVD-ROM. If Windows launches a DVD player (or any other software) – just close it. You can use DVD Shrink to copy dual-layer DVD as long as your DVD drive supports dual-layer DVD. Run DVD Shrink, and click the Open Disc button in the upper-left corner. Select the DVD drive that contains the DVD you want to copy, then click OK.
Step2. Most DVD movie has DVD Extras, soundtracks, etc. You can remove them to compress the DVD. Click the small plus sign (+ next to Extras).
You can preview the extras to check if it’s you don’t want. With that Extra still selected, move your attention over to the Compression Settings pane on the right-side of the DVDShrink window. Select the Video drop-down menu, and then choose the Still Image option from the list.
Now select Main Movie from the main list in the left panel. In the Audio section of the Compression Settings. You can remove the audio track by unchecking the box next to each one.
Step3. Repeat steps 2 above to remove the files you don’t need. And then click the Backup! button from the top menu of DVDShrink. When the Backup DVD window pops up, set your DVD backup folder. Make certain that the Create VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS subfolders box is checked, then click the OK button.
Step4. DVD Shrink will now start the process of decrypting your DVD and copying it to your hard drive. Uncheck the Enable Video Preview window will increase the copying process. Once the encoding is done. You should find a VIDEO_TS folder and an AUDIO_TS folder, and inside this will be all of your DVD files (.VOB, .IFO, .BUP).