Looking to clear up those cabinets of DVDs that you can’t bear to throw out, but need to be digitized? If you need to make space or are looking to preserve precious memories, and want a tool that will help you do it fast, MacX DVD Ripper Pro is your solution. Even better, you can get a copy for free during the developer’s Black Friday Giveaway, ending December 5.
Why MacX DVD Ripper Pro? Because it leverages Level-3 hardware acceleration to decode, process and encode at top speed by using Intel graphic supported Quick Sync Video or GeForce 600 graphics cards. What this amounts to is DVD copies that take about 5 minutes (for a 2 hour video) and full DVD conversions that take just under 10 minutes, as opposed to about an hour, which is typical of several other tools.
This tool also takes advantage of a high quality processing engine to enable quick copies and conversions while preserving the original quality of the DVD. When viewing the copy, you won’t even notice the difference. When using MacX DVD Ripper to backup content, the High Quality Engine uses demuxing/remuxing to copy the contents of the DVD. This includes subtitles and video and audio tracks, saving them intact onto your computer.
When converting DVDs, the High Quality Engine uses interframe and infraframe algorithms paired with high tech cabac/cavlc entropy encoding to rebuild DVD content while removing redundancies, to create a more efficient coding that maintains about 98% of the original level of quality. Additionally, this tool is able to read almost any type of DVD you throw at it: “99 titles”, recently-released DVDs, Japanese DVDs, TV series, and even those that have become “unplayable”. It’s even smart enough to figure out the title of the DVD, so you don’t have to.
As for compatibility, it supports all sorts of DVD formats: MP4, H.264, MOV, M4V, MPEG, AVI, FLV, MP3 and even H.265/HEVC codec. This allows for outputs that can be viewed on almost any kind of device.
Easy to use, all you have to do is insert the DVD and tap on a few buttons to get the process started. There are several presets to choose from to perform typical conversions and copies. If you are more advanced, you can choose your own settings and even take advantage of some other useful features, including: adding your own external subtitles later (great for those subtitles that are not automatically supported by the tool), trimming, saving clips and segments and merging movies.
If all of this is not reason enough to try out MacX DVD Ripper Pro, then I know what is…starting Black Friday and through Dec. 5, the developers are offering a Black Friday Giveaway and special offer.
I highly recommend you take advantage of both to help jumpstart your project to save those precious videos while clearing up some much needed space in your home. You may not see another deal like this for a while, so mark your calendar!