Many output formats, both videos and audios, are supported as well such as *.asf, *.avi, *.dv, *.vob, *.mov, *.mp4, *.mpg, *.rm, *.dat, *.wmv, *.ts, *.aac, *.ac3, *.aiff, *.m4a, *.mp2, *.mp3, *.ogg, *.ra, *.au, *.wav, *.wma all of which can be played on your Wii.
2. Selectable file settings
a. Customizable file sizes
You are allowed to set flexible file sizes according to your own requirements by fixing the starting and ending time.
b. Multi-format conversion for one file
It can rip and convert one file to various suitable formats for simultaneous output by adding profiles. Or you can clone or copy the title and choose several formats for output.
c. Splitting options
You can clip or split the target files in terms of file size and length in order to rip or get the exact segments you like.
3. Convenient operation
a. Converting Blu-ray discs to Wii in background
iToolSoft Blu-ray to Wii Ripper can be run in the background, which will let the CPU resources allocated proportionally to keep all the running programs smooth.
After the whole ripping process is finished, you can exit the program, shut down your PC, hibernate or just stand by.
c. Batch conversion
iToolSoft Blu-ray to Wii Ripper supports conversion in batches which will save a lot of time and keep you away from continuous manual work.
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