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Choosing the subtitle, audio, video and audio quality is all what you can do with this ripper. What’s more, many specific parameters, such as bit rate, frame rate, video and audio codec can also be modified.
2. Two ways to get segments
a. Clipping Blu-ray discs/DVD titles
Blu-ray DVD to iPhone Ripper for Mac can clip any Blu-ray/DVD title to convert Blu-ray and DVD movie segments you like and remove the unwanted parts like commercials.
b. Video splitting
If your Blu-ray and DVD movie is too large, the Mac Blu-ray and DVD to iPhone converter can split it into small files by choosing the size offered or customizing the length or file size as you need.
3. Movie preview and concise interface
a. Movie preview
Blu-ray DVD to iPhone Ripper for Mac provides you with movie preview before ripping which can quickly capture your favorite movie scene to save as a BMP file.
b. Easy-to -use interface
The simple Mac-style interface lets you convert Blu-ray discs and DVDs to iPhone without thinking any more.
c. Conversion process viewing
A progress bar to show you the elapsed time and remaining time of the conversion process.
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