Experience about Converting an Encrypted DVD or Blu-ray Disc

Not long ago, I was trying to convert a movie from the DVD I borrowed from one of my friends to MP4 format so that I can play it on my MP4 player. However, it didn’t work, although I tried a DVD Ripper. I cannot figure out what is wrong until I turned to one of my friend who is really good at those things for help. He told me that this DVD must be encrypted. So I asked him what I should do, and is there any solution. He recommend me to try Leawo Blu ray Ripper. He said it can solve my problem because it can decrypt CSS encrypted DVDs. I tried, and guess what, it really worked.

From the description of it, I learn that this Blu ray Ripper not only can decrypt and convert CSS encrypted DVDs, but also can decrypt and convert Blu-ray disc with MKB level ranged from 0 – 19 and with AACS and BD+ protection. The output format of the DVD or Blu-ray movies can be both common and HD video formats such as AVI, MP4, WMV, FLV, MPEG, MOV, MKV, RMVB, MTS, M2TS, etc. After the conversion, we can transfer these movies to media players and mobile devices like iPhone, iPod, iPad, PSP, PS3, Apple TV, Zune, Xbox 360, Blackberry, Archos, Creative Zen, etc.. And it has some video edit functions, for instance, we can cut off the black edges from the movies so that we can watch them in full screen, and we can also trim the movies to any length we want. In addition, we can adjust the video effect by dragging the slider of Brightness, Contrast, and Saturation. And we can even add picture or text watermark to the movies. Well, if you want to learn further about this Blu ray Ripper, just click the words with links.

The motivation that drives me to write this article is that as Thanksgiving Day is coming, I know that you may want to convert the movies you would like to watch during Thanksgiving Day with your family to other formats so that it is more convenient for you to play, and you may encounter the same problem. Therefore, I write down my experience and solutions so that it may be helpful to you.



Source by Jessy Brown