SnowFox DVD to BlackBerry Converter is a professional BlackBerry dvd ripper to rip dvd, rip structure protected DVD to blackberry supported video formats. It supports any series of BlackBerry, such as BlackBerry Storm2, etc.
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Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: SnowFox DVD to BlackBerry Converter is a professional BlackBerry dvd ripper to convert dvd to blackberry, rip dvd to blackberry, rip structure protected DVD to blackberry compatible video formats. With this dvd to BlackBerry converter, you could easily convert DVD to blackberry or rip dvd to blackberry with high quality and fast speed. It could also extract audio from dvd and convert to blackberry compatible audio formats. Besides, it is also available to convert dvd by title, trim dvd to reserve the part you need, set the output video / audio parameters, and many other useful features. SnowFox DVD to BlackBerry Converter supports any series of BlackBerry, including BlackBerry Storm / Storm2, BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Curve, BlackBerry Pearl, ect. And it is compatible with Windows 7.
Change Info: 1. Updated core library to convert DVD with faster speed; 2. Supported ripping lastest structure protected DVD (exclusive "Enhanced DVD Analysis" technology); 3. Supported HD video format output.
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