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Saturday, February 19, 2011
VSO Releases Blu-ray To Avi Converter


VSO Software today released Blu-ray To Avi, a program to convert and burn decrypted Blu-ray videos to generic video format (avi).

The converter offers a wizard-style interface to create an .avi file in 3 clicks: select the Blu-ray movie to convert, choose settings and burn. The quality settings include many output formats like low definition, Xvid 720p, HQ 720p, HQ 1080p and Cuda. With its integrated burning engine, Blu-ray To Avi compresses Blu-ray files and burns them to normal or double-layer DVD automatically or saves the conversion to be burnt later or make multiple copies. The video can also be split to two DVDs.

"Unlike other programs on the market, our Blu-ray Converter includes a discriminator that lists the main video files in the right order and supports multi angle formats: no more time wasted on file selection!" explains Cedric Van-Dendaele, Blu-ray To Avi developer at VSO Software. He adds: "In the upcoming Blu-ray Converter Ultimate, other output formats will be offered, like Apple devices or Mkv." Blu-ray to Avi supports NVIDIA CUDA technology for enhanced performance and faster conversion.

Blu-ray To Avi Converter can be downloaded here:

http://www.vso-software.fr/download.php.

The free trial includes a watermark in the video file created. The full version costs 49.99$.


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