iFunia DVD to WMV Converter for Mac is an easy yet powerful Mac DVD to WMV converter. It helps you easily rip and convert DVD to WMV video and enjoy entertainment anywhere. Movie editing and batch conversion are also supported.
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Description: iFunia DVD to WMV Converter for Mac is an easy yet powerful Mac DVD to WMV converter, which is specially developed for Mac OS users. It helps you easily convert DVD into WMV video on Mac OS. Convert and enjoy your video entertainment on anywhere. Video editing and batch conversion are also supported. iFunia DVD to WMV Converter for Mac also offers additional editing features of trimming, cropping and adjusting effects, adding watermark to help you to get best movie effects. Key features of iFunia DVD to WMV Converter for Mac:
1. Rip DVD to WMV video in just three simple steps;
2. Choose subtitle and audio track for target movie;
3. Set brightness, contrast and choose special effects to your movie;
4. Crop DVD movie to remove black bars and focus video;
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