Leawo DVD Ripper, or Leawo Blu-ray Video Converter, can convert the video stream of your DVDs into portable video files in a wide variety of formats and codecs. Likewise, this versatile video utility can also extract any of the soundtracks in the DVD and save them as separate audio files. It supports more than 150 video and audio formats, and comes with a wide range of extra video-related tools.
The new interface of Leawo DVD Ripper is actually the interface of another Leawo tool – Blu-ray Video Converter. Confusing as this may be, this implies that most of the functionality made available for your DVDs can also be used with your Blu-ray discs, which is an excellent add-on to an already full-featured application.
Leawo DVD Ripper allows you to re-encode entire DVDs or specific video, audio, and subtitle streams. The built-in decryption capabilities allow you to back up and convert nearly any DVD, regardless of the DRM solutions built into it. As for the output, the program comes with a large list of both device- and format-based output profiles that covers all the most popular codecs and media players. Specific profiles for your iPhone, Samsung Galaxy, Sony Xperia, or Nokia Lumia will help inexperienced users produce high-quality video files for the most widely used smart phones and tablets. More experienced users, though, can create their own output profiles or simply tweak some of the default settings to fit their preferences.
This DVD ripper comes with a simple video editor that allows you to trim, clip, and crop your videos before conversion, as well as to adjust the brightness, contrast, or saturation levels, and add watermarks or even apply artistic video effects to personalize the output further. Finally, it is worth noting that this flexible Leawo tool offers you the possibility of turning your 2D video files into anaglyph, side-by-side, or interleaved 3D movies.
I can only recommend you to download and try the demo version of the program, so that you can check these and other interesting features for yourself. It's certainly worth the effort.
- Extensive list of more than 150 video and audio formats supported
- Wide range of device- and format-based customizable output profiles
- Supports Blu-ray ripping, too
- Converts entire discs or specific audio, video, and subtitle streams
- 2D to 3D conversion algorithms
- Video editing tools