DVDFab developed a new Blu-ray 3D to 3D video ripping tool that doesn’t require a third-party solution to rip content for regular 3D video playback. The new $50 software is available now and includes a faster, easier environment for users to enjoy as they make changes.
As part of the software, all AACS and BD+ copy protections can be removed, allowing all Blu-ray 3D content to be played. Saved content can be played on a PC using NVIDIA 3D Vision Video Player (or something similar), with output to 3D displays and 3DTVs also supported.
The new Blu-ray 3D Ripper allows users to rip Blu-ray 3D movies and turn them into regular 3D videos playable on PCs and in the living room. All HD video can be output into 720p or 1080p. Video frame size can be ripped at 100% or 50%, with files saved as MP4, WMV, AVI, or MKV formats.
The ability to easily edit and customize audio and video formats, including frame resolution, volume controls, and other basic functions are easily available.
DVDFab Blu-ray 3D Ripper is available for $50, but the company has a 25% temporary discount now available. Anyone interested can find the 3D ripping software on the company’s official website.
DVDFab made it to market first, but expect similar product announcements as more users begin to show interest in ripping and converting Blu-ray 3D and 3D video. The 3D movie market remains relatively small, but the market will develop as consumers test the technology further. However, with a $50 initial price offering and a relatively untapped market, the Blu-ray 3D Ripper from DVDFab should have a significant advantage over others.
DVFab already has the Blu-ray Copy, Ripper, and Passkey software for users looking to alter their Blu-ray content.