Converting Blu-ray content should not be too difficult a job but in lack of the right software to process the video and store it in the desired format this can turn into a time consuming job.
Easy to use, intuitive interface
The simplicity of DVDFab Blu-ray to DVD Converter recommends the application to novices but this does not mean that professionals can’t enjoy its results.
The application installs quickly and does not require too much input from the user. Nevertheless, the product cannot function properly unless the computer is restarted.
Working with it is a three-step task because as soon as the source is selected and the necessary conversion options are configured the operation can be initiated.
The application can bypass the protection of most Blu-ray discs and thus extract the content and process it so that it fits the DVD media limits.
The resulting data can be fit regular DVD or DVD9 media that can be rendered by players. This means that the conversion outputs the source in DVD format.
You can also use it to backup Blu-ray content and save it locally either in DVD format or as an ISO image file.
The options available permit customization of the resulting file by choosing the desired audio and subtitle tracks.
Performance-wise, video processing is a demanding operation and the computer receives a serious blow.
To diminish this effect DVDFab Blu-ray to DVD Converter integrates support for multi-core CPUs and relies on the power of the GPU. As such, the procedure completes faster and with less strain on the central processing unit.
DVDFab Blu-ray to DVD Converter has been created as a tool that can be used with little to no effort by all categories of users. It does not need too much input from the user and, depending on the computer hardware resources, it can finish the job without affecting the system performance too much.
DVDFab Blu-ray to DVD Converter allows you to extract movies from your Blu-ray folders or discs and convert them to DVD format.
Once the video has been processed, you can easily burn it onto separate DVDs and share them with friends.