Recently, I was invited to answer the question “How do I remove Blu-ray region code from a Blu-ray disc?” on Quora. Similar to DVDs, Blu-ray disc also has region coding but there are just three regions for Blu-ray. However, as for the question, to be honest, it is NOT possible to do to so since the Blu-ray disc is read-only.
But, I do think there are workarounds to somehow remove Blu-ray region code from a protected Blu-ray disc.
Recently, I am ripping one of my DVDs to MP4 and I am quite satisfied with the video quality but I find the DVD sound volume is too low to hear. I tried a couple of DVD ripping programs and found DVDFab to be the only one that is able to increase or boost the volume by up to 500%, while others only go up to 200%. And, it works for Blu-ray discs as well.
It is very common when we surf the Internet and enter YouTube to find some specific content. Many of those videos that we found in the portal have been created by users from recordings, images, and audios generated by them.
In the vast majority, programs have been used to create and edit video. Well, on this occasion, we want to present you one of the tools that are undoubtedly giving to talk about when creating and editing video: FlexClip video maker. It is a browser-based platform, without the need to have anything installed and from which you can create your own video compositions in a flash.
I recently downloaded Mac DVD Ripper Pro and won’t consider paying for the unlimited version because it works no better than Handbrake. I understand how to use the DVD ripping and converting software generally but I’m having trouble getting the subtitles to record into the copies / formats(output files) that I make. I’d like the output video to have English audio and I want to have the subtitles either as an option or included in the output file. Here’s how I rip DVDs with Handbrake on macOS Mojave with subtitles.
In order to get the best result to rip Bluray DVD to MP4 AC3 and MKV AC3, I’ve been using a few other video conversion programs for a while, with very good results, but here I’d like to recommend DVDFab to the best solution for you to rip and convert Blu-ray and DVD discs to MP4 AC3 or MKV AC3.
Aquaman is a superhero in the DC Comics and it is a film that tells how Arthur Curry prevents a war between the worlds of ocean and land. The Bluray and DVD edition is recently released by Warner Bros. Pictures. And if you want to rip Aquaman and backup the Bluray or DVD disc to MP4, AVI, WMV, etc on PC and Mac, I’d like to recommend a list of Bluray DVD ripping software for you to do so.
There may be more people who want to convert and compress MKV to smaller mp4 or reduce other videos size by shrinking or converting.
People on Quora and Reddit recommend Handbrake to be the best software for reducing the size of a video like AVI, MKV, WMV, M2TS etc. However, I don’t always think so. Handbrake is recommended just because it is totally free to use and it WORKS. Is there a better alternative to reduce video size? Sure!
From my tests during the past week, I think I am able to merge DVDs with a very decent DVD ripping and copy program and the below post is about what I find the best way to merge two DVDs into one disc, merge two or more DVDs into a single MP4, MKV file or merge two or more titles in a DVD into a single MP4, MKV file etc.
Recently, I was looking for some free DVD rippers for testing so as to recommend for all you guys and when I did a Google search “best free DVD ripper” and Google recommended the below DVD rippers for me according to TechRadar. To be honest, I partially agree with Catherine Ellis’ recommendations and there is why.
We all know that Apple Music songs are DRM-protected. And we all get used to listening to Apple Music with iTunes or other supported Apple devices, such as iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Have you ever thought about enjoying your Apple Music songs in a different way, like downloading them to your MP3 player and playing the songs any time anywhere?