As you can see, the Copy Disc function gives you three options here. Copy Disc is a 1:1 exact duplicate of the original, so you will need the same sized media or larger since there is no compression available. Cyberlink Power2Go 8 also notifies you that some discs will not be able to be copied, if there is any encryption on the disc or if there are unreadable sectors. The Save Disc Image option is just that, it creates an exact image (ISO) on your hard drive so that it can be backed up or burned to a DVD at a later date. The last option is Burn Disc Image, which burns the images that you have created.
The Copy Disc Screen keeps things simple, as we have seen throughout the review. There is a source and destination drive drop down menu box and if your system has more than one optical drive, there are also read and write speed options. You can set the Disc copy to ignore read errors as well as the number of copies you want to make, verify data and a few other options.
Saving a Disc image is basically the same as copying a disc, with the exception of saving it to the HDD instead of another disc.