TDMore offers a suite of four programs to copy and convert your DVDs and Blu-rays that together provide everything you need to backup and digitize your physical media library.
For those of you deciding that you will be watching more things on the go in the future, then TDMore Blu-ray Converter is easy-to-use tool that allows you to convert your Blu-rays into a file format of your choice for playback on any device you own.
Exactly how you want it
As already stated, TDMore Blu-ray Converter does just about everything you could want it to do. By selecting the desired Blu-ray drive the program will instantly scan the disk and provide you with a thumbnail of its contents. It then offers you the choice to convert it to a file format of your choice (or just rip the audio) from a simple drop down menu.
If, however, selecting a format from its file extension seems too complicated (after all who can ever really make up their mind between an .AVI or a .FLV?) then TDMore Blu-ray Converter has an even easier option on hand, allowing you to select the device you want to play it on. So, whether you are looking to move your files to a PS3, an iPhone, a Kindle, or even a Palm TX, the exhaustive list of options should have you covered.
Once you have your format selected you can move on to picking which chapters you want to copy, the language you want it in (from those available on the disk), and the subtitles. This again is all handled through a simple drop down menu and check-boxes.
Thus the whole package is very straight forward. If for some reason you only want to copy the first half of a movie and the deleted scenes, all you have to do is select the desired chapters from the drop down menu, and then check the box beside the deleted scenes.
Pick and choose your scenes
To further aid your deliberations, beneath the chapter options you have a choice of video quality. Selecting high, medium, or low quality will impact the size of your conversion, fortunately a handy indicator next to your selection will keep you informed of the eventual file size. This is far more useful than you may initially think as it allows you to tailor how much of a Blu-ray you want to convert, and at what quality, to best fit on your target device.
Once you have this done all you have to do is select where to store your file (it will default to a TDMore Blu-ray Converter file in your documents). Then simply hitting start will deliver a fantastic conversion of your Blu-ray in the format and quality of your choosing to the desired location – do be prepared though, depending on your Blu-ray drive, this can take a long time.
Moving you to a digital world
With more and more people moving to a digital storage, TDMore Blu-ray Converter offers a simple way to move your physical library into a digital space. It doesn't matter if you are just backing-up disks in case of damage, or transferring them for viewing on the move, this is a tidy little package with a simple and attractive interface that offers you all of the function with none of the headaches.