The new version is called Star Wars: The Force Awakens 3D Collector's Edition. The four-disc collection includes the original theatrical release on Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray, DVD, and digital HD. Bonus features include additional deleted scenes and new audio commentary from director JJ Abrams. It also comes with "behind-the-scenes conversations with cast and crew."
In order to copy a DVD, an individual will need a blank DVD, the source DVD, a DVD recordable drive and a program like Nero. Learn about the difference between a source drive and a destination drive with help from a producer in this free video on copying DVDs.
Just a few months after Star Wars: The Force Awakens launched on Blu-ray and DVD in April, Disney has now to re-release the film on home video--and with new bonus features and in 3D.
If you want to copy a DVD, there's a simple way to do that. Basically you'll need a blank DVD and you'll also need your source DVD which will be the DVD that is copying onto your blank DVD. You'll also need a DVD recordable drive whether that be a DVD -R, DVD R, DVD -R, even the DVD rewritables, you need to have basically a DVD burner OK? So in my case I actually have two DVD burners so what I'll do is I'll take my main disc and put it in my source drive, then I'll take my blank disc and put it in my destination drive. Let me show you. Source drive. Destination drive. And it's as simple as that. You may need some software that will allow you to transfer the discs, I recommend Nero, there's several programs out there that you can get on a trial basis to try them out, see if they work well for you. I hope that helps, have fun copying your DVDs.
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