Value – 4 Stars
DVD2One is 39.99 Euro ($47.56 US Dollars).
If you own a previous version of DVD2One, you can upgrade your version to the latest for 24.99 Euro ($29.72 US Dollars).
That is a bit pricey in my opinion. Especially if you think about the other DVD backup programs that are free and have unlimited free support at the digital digest forums. You do however get a 1 year warranty period against loss of the license code, restricted to the email address used during the purchase. DVD2One also has its own support forum ran by the author of DVD2One. A trial version of DVD2One can be downloaded and tested for 30 days free of charge.
One feature of this program that makes it stand out from the rest is the ability to make an Audio DVD. If you were to purchase this type of program separately, it would cost you anywhere for $30 to $50.
Performance – 7 Stars
DVD2One was very fast as it compressed a DVD-9 (Dual Layer) to a DVD-5 (Single Layer) in just 15 minutes.
Fast speed at the expense of quality is not an equal trade off in my opinion but; some people might not think its bad quality. It will vary for each person. Quality is a hard thing to judge cause it depends greatly on the type of TV you are watching it on. Example: A movie heavily compressed might look real good on a 19-27” TV but, horrible on a 55” or larger TV.