I don’t yet own AnyDVD HD and CloneBD, but please review these, which I presume are the basic steps, when one wants to back up two or three TV episodes from a DVD or BD: 1.) AnyDVD HD and CloneBD are installed on the Windows 10 system SDD. 2.) Load the source DVD, upon which AnyDVD HD automatically decrypts it. 3.) Using CloneBD, select the episode (s) which you want to back up. 4.) From the DVD, copy the ???? for each of the two or three episodes to be backed up, and paste them to my PC’s storage HDD. And for each ????, give it a folder name (e.g. episode title). 5.) Eject the source DVD and load a blank DVD. Then copy and paste each folder name from the storage HDD to the blank DVD. 6.) Then use CloneBD to create a menu, readable and usable by VLC and JRiver players, and paste it to the blank DVD. 7.) Finally, on CloneBD click burn to save all changes to DVD. Questions: On the source DVD, what names appear on the file or folder names typically appear for each episode? Should or could I rename them as episode names? This question probably has a very obvious answer, but in order to fit three ~ 60 minute episodes and the menu onto one disc, should I always use a dual layer DVD? If yes, which specific brand (s) and type blank DVD has proven to be the least error prone? Another obvious answer? Since each episode was initially hit with some amount of compression for all the contents to fit on the source DVD, no improved audio or video quality will be gained by setting CloneBD at any lower compression rate? Since I don’t want to copy the entire source DVD, only one to three episodes from it, what file (or container??) format to I use to back up each episode? And which format ensures EXACTLY the same audio and video quality as on the source DVD?