4VideoSoft Blu Ray Ripper: An Overview

Blu Ray Ripper from 4VideoSoft is a program for converting m2ts files and DVDs to HD and other audio and video formats. This software is also able to remove various types of copy protection to facilitate the conversion of commercially available discs. It can handle protection like BD+, AACS and also the recently published MKB V19. The sophisticated technology employed by the software provides automatic deciphering and ensures faster speed of conversion and high quality synchronization of audio and video in the output.

Supported Formats and Portability

Blu Ray Ripper is able to convert the m2ts files which are on your Blu Ray discs and also all DVD and popular video formats. The output can be in HD formats like HD TS, HD AVI, HD WMV, HD MOV, AVCHD video, MPEG-4 AVC and others. The other popular formats in which you can get the output are WMV, MPEG, AVI, RM, FLV, 3GP, XviD, MOV, H.264, DivX and many more.

This conversion software provides the perfect solution for enjoying your favorite movies across a wide variety of devices like iPhone, iPod, iPhone 4, Zune, Xbox, PSP, Apple TV, PMP, Wii, NDS and a variety of mobile phones.

Audio Extraction

The software enables you to extract only the audio from your favorite Blu Ray discs and convert it into various popular audio formats like MP3, AAC, WMA, FLAC, OGG, WAV and many more.

Editing Features and Real Time Preview

Blu Ray Ripper is not only conversion software, but also provides a range of powerful editing functions so that you can improve the quality of your output. You can adjust saturation, contrast and brightness of the video to get the optimum levels. The Trim function enables you to remove unwanted sections from your video and bring it to the length you require. The Crop function lets you reduce the size of the image so that it fits ideally into the required play area.

During the editing process, you can view the changes taking place in real time in the Preview window and you can also view the original file simultaneously to get an idea of the changes that have taken place.

Capturing Images

While previewing, you can also capture the favorite shots in your movie and store them as image files with the Snapshot function.  

Setting Parameters for Output

You can set specific video and audio parameters for your output, which includes encoding, bit rate, sample rate, frame rate, resolution and channels. The resolution can even be mentioned in the exact numeric value you require.

The set parameters can be saved as profiles and used in the future. Like this, various profiles can be set for different files, and you can also use one profile for a group of files.  


To protect your converted video from unlawful use, you can add your own watermark to the output in the form of text or a picture. There are controls for positioning your watermark and also for adjusting the transparency level.