Rip or convert video DVD contents with this easy to use and flexible application that allows users to rename and merge source files.
- AnyMP4 DVD Ripper
- Version :6.3.8
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :AnyMP4 Studio
AnyMP4 DVD Ripper Description
AnyMP4 DVD Ripper is a comprehensive DVD conversion and ripping suite created to aid users in saving content from their favorite movies. The application allows making some basic video adjustments, such as trimming, cropping and adding watermarks.
Great for anyone that stores clips on DVDs
This application is useful for anyone that uses DVDs as storage media for videos. The wide range of possible output formats means virtually all multimedia formats can be encoded. Movie enthusiasts, in particular, will find the multiple supported file-types highly useful!
The interface is highly intuitive and efficiency-geared, as buttons control most of the program’s functions. Menus are also available, but the numerous buttons that correspond to all core functions will suffice for most needs.
Supports most common multimedia formats
One of the really great features of this tool is that it can load multiple chapters with just one click. This is not to say that individual DVD directories cannot be processed, as the software comes with a “Load DVD folder” option.
Once loaded, chapters on the disc can be unchecked, in order to signal removal from the conversion queue; flagging items can also be used to merge tracks. The actual conversion process is quite powerful, not only because it can process multiple files at any one time, but also because output formats are numerous (including common ones, such as AVI, MP4, MOV and even MP3 or WAV).
Source films can be modified
Before actually encoding tracks, users can make some basic video adjustments. These include video trimming and cropping or adjusting the brightness. Since modified clips can differ significantly from the source file, an “Add watermark” option exists (either as text or as a custom image).
Summing up, AnyMP4 DVD Ripper does little to innovate the already crowded DVD video conversion market. However, it does the intended job very well and the numerous output formats will accommodate most needs.