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4Videosoft Blu-ray to MPEG Ripper Win

Desire to watch the wonderful and high-definition Blu-ray movies with Windows Media Player on your computer? Or want to enjoy the Blu-ray file on your portable PSP, PS3, Xbox, BlackBerry, iRiver and more? 4Videosoft Blu-ray to MPEG Ripper provides the best way to rip the Blu-ray disc, Blu-ray folder and Blu-ray ISO file to MPEG/MPEG-4/MPEG-2/MPEG-1 with the extension of .mpg, .mp4, .vob, .ts, etc. Also this amazing Blu-ray to MPEG converter can rip Blu-ray to other general and HD videos like AVI, MOV, FLV, DivX, XviD and WebM.

In addition, with this versatile software, you can rip DVD and convert all popular video files to MPEG video keeping the high original quality. And it offers various video editing tools to customize the output MPEG video for your need.

  • Rip Blu-ray movies to MPEG/MPEG-4/MPEG-2/MPEG-1/MPG/MP4
  • Rip DVD and video to MPEG video for different portable players
  • Powerful editing features: Effect, Trim, Crop, Watermark, Merge, etc.
  • Easily and quickly convert Blu-ray to MPEG with excellent quality

System Requirements: Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP2 or later); 1GB RAM or more; 1.2GHz Intel or AMD CPU, or above

$45.00

Key Functions & Features of Blu-ray to MPEG Ripper

Rip Blu-ray to MPEG Video

Easily and directly convert Blu-ray to MPEG on Windows

4Videosoft Blu-ray to MPEG Ripper provides the practical solution for ripping Blu-ray contents including disc, folder and ISO file to MPEG on Windows. You can easily get any MPEG video with the extension of .mpg, .mp4, .vob, .ts, etc. from Blu-ray movies for you to play the Blu-ray movies on PSP, PS3, Xbox360, iRiver, BlackBerry, Archos, Creative Zen, YouTube and other devices and video websites.

Also this program can help you convert DVD and video files to output MPEG and other videos and extract audio from Blu-ray/DVD/video to convert to MP3, AAC, WAV and ALAC.

With this amazing program, you can fully enjoy the wonderful HD movies everywhere you go on your portable devices.

Trim Blu-ray to MPEG

Rip the specific part MPEG video If you just want to convert the certain part of the Blu-ray movie to MPEG, you can set the start and end time of the part you want to save so as to convert the video correctly and exactly. There are three ways for you to set the start point and end point.

Crop Blu-ray Video

Define the output video screen size To have the proper video screen size to playback on your player, this program enables you to cut off the unwanted black bars and adjust the aspect ratio and zoom mode at the "Crop" editing window. You can select the aspect ratio from Full Screen, Keep Original, 16:9 and 4:3.

Adjust Blu-ray Effect

Re-design the video effect for your preference The best Blu-ray to MPEG ripping software allows you to change the video effect at will. It is easy for you to adjust the brightness, contrast, saturation, hue and volume to customize it for your need.

Add Watermark

Add watermark to protect video's copyright To protect your video from being copied, you can add your own watermark in the format of text or image. And it allows you to adjust the font, size, color, position and transparency of the watermark.

Easy Blu-ray to MPEG Converter

More special and user-friendly features This program can assist you to merge several Blu-ray/DVD/video chapters/titles/segments together and convert to one long MPEG video so that you can enjoy the favorite Blu-ray movies continuously. And the built-in player with this program enables you to preview the source movie and ripped MPEG video in real-time, which is convenient for output a better effect video.

Fast Blu-ray Converting Speed

Easy-to-use and super-fast Blu-ray to MPEG software 4Videosoft Blu-ray to MPEG Ripper is the ideal converter software having the intuitive and graphic interface as well as simple Blu-ray ripping process. It is easy for both advanced users and beginners to complete the Blu-ray to MPEG conversion easily. And the advanced technology provides the fastest speed to rip Blu-ray to MPEG video with high quality.

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