This BestHD Blu-ray to MPEG Converter can help you share Blu-ray on more devices, like Apple TV, PS3, ARCHOS 7. Convert Blu-ray and general DVD to MPEG formats, as MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VCDMPEG2 PS, HD MPEG-2, HD MPEG-2 TS.
Version: 3.88.18This BestHD Blu-ray to MPEG Converter can help you share Blu-ray on more devices, like Apple TV, PS3, ARCHOS 7.
License: Free To Try $29.95
Operating System: Windows
Convert Blu-ray and general DVD to MPEG formats, as MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VCDMPEG2 PS, HD MPEG-2, HD MPEG-2 TS.
There is a small Free Blu-ray player built in Blu-ray to MPEG converter and so you set start-time and end-time just when you Watching the Blu-ray Moive.
Blu-ray To MPEG Converter Key features: Multimedia Devices Compatibility BestHD Blu ray To MPEG Converter can rip blu ray movies to video formats compatible with Apple TV, PS3, ARCHOS 7.
Vast Amounts of Output Formats This blu-ray converter can rip blu-ray movies to most HD / SD formats:it supports MPEG-1, MPEG-2, VCDMPEG2 PS, HD MPEG-2, HD MPEG-2 TS.
Split Mode The blu-ray converter can automatically split a large file into several small ones during the ripping process.
Output file size Specify the output file size with the built-in Bitrate Calculator to conveniently fit a whole blu-ray movie into your multimedia device.
Output parameter settings Change parameter settings like video / audio quality, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and etc. to get your desired video file.
Auto-Actions after Tasks Completes Choose from automatic shut down, open the target folder, or do nothing after the blu-ray ripper completes its tasks.
Batch blu-ray ripping This blu-ray ripper can batch convert multiple blu-ray files.
Capture image easily You can save the image which you like at any time during the playing process .
Lifetime technical support and upgrade for free.
No safety hazard, like virus, spyware or adware.
Version 3.88.18: Support Convert Blu-ray Disc with MKB1-MKB17
Version 3.58.07: Improved the incompatibility with 64-bit operating systems. Added the subtitle function. Fixed the problem of incomplete conversion for particular discs.