DVDFab introduces software to copy Ultra HD Blu-ray movies

Posted 22 October 2017 14:31 CET by Jan Willem Aldershoff

DVDFab has introduced software to copy Ultra HD Blu-ray movies. The Chinese company sells the software at $60 and promises to preserve HDR10 and Dolby Vision video. Compressing an Ultra HD Blu-ray movie can be performed in around an hour, due to support for hardware acceleration.

As expected, the software can only deal with unprotected Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. DVDFab already announced last year that it would not make any effort to crack the AACS 2.0 copy protection as found on Ultra HD Blu-ray discs. Therefore, the software can only be used on unprotected Ultra HD Blu-ray movies. Obviously it’s also a good companion for the recently released Ultra HD Blu-ray ripping software DeUHD.

DVDFab UHD Copy allows users to copy the main movie title of an unprotected Ultra HD movie, shrink the content down to a smaller size, and then burn it onto blank BD-50 and BD-25 discs, or output to computer hard disk drive saved as ISO files or folders.

The software can be downloaded from the DVDFab website, a free trial is available. Users who are happy with the software can purchase it at $60. The price can go down considerably with some discount coupons, as DVDFab currently holds its annually Halloween promotions.

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