DVDFab Blu-ray 3D Ripper brings to the table more than this as it can deal with 3D content and turn it into a format that requires just a 3D-capable device such as a television set or a smartphone to render it.
The interface is intuitive and easy to understand, which makes it a suitable candidate for a wider audience.
All menus are in plain view and easy to access while the functions are comprehensible. The ripping component comes prepared with a list of devices capable of 3D rendering and for each of them there are preset settings to make things easier.
Thanks to the available profiles, users can start the processing of the video without spending too much time tinkering with settings. There is, however, the possibility to create a custom profile with particular settings.
The application can convert the 3D video to 3D formats such as AVI, MP4, WMV, MKV, M2TS and TS, which can be played on 3D-capable devices as well as on those that do not require glasses.
There are multiple 3D formats to choose from (side-by-side or top/bottom) and the video frame size can be full (100%) or half (50%), according to the type of display the video is intended to play on.
Because video conversion is a resource-intensive operation DVDFab’s product supports hardware acceleration so that there is less stress on the CPU as the power is drawn from the GPU.
DVDFab Blu-ray 3D Ripper is designed for a particular type of job and it can carry it out with minimum effort from the user. There is sufficient documentation to learn about its capabilities and the options it integrates.
DVDFab Blu-ray 3D Ripper can help users convert Blu-ray 3D to 3D files that can be later played on 3D display devices. The supported formats include AVI, WMV, MP4 and MKV.
Moreover, this application comes with support for the side-by-side format and you have the possibility to set the 3D type to be left/right or top/bottom.
- Removes most known AACS copy protections, BD+ copy protections so you can access any Blu-ray 3D content.
- Blu-ray 3D content can be ripped to various formats while still keeping the 3D effects.
- The output 3D video can be played using dedicated players like Stereoscopic Player and NVIDIA 3D Vision Video Player, and you can transfer the files to 3D display or 3D TV for playback.
- Supports side-by-side 3D format – a popular format for 3D content’s transmission, which has been already used by some cable TV providers.
- You can output a Blu-ray 3D of 1080p in the same definition, but you can also convert it to a 720p video