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Giveaway of the day — Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy 7.0.18

Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy is easy-to-use clone/copy software for Blu-ray disc and Blu-ray folder.
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Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy 7.0.18 esteve disponível como oferta em 6 de fevereiro de 2014

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Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy é um software repleto de recursos que permite aos usuários copiar discos de Blu-ray para outro disco em branco, pasta de Blu-Ray ou arquivos ISO. Ele suporta BD-R, BD-RE, BD-R DL e BD-RE DL. O Blu-ray Copy também pode copiar filmes de Blu-Ray em 3D com o efeito do filme original 1:1 para outro diso, pasta ou arquivo ISO.

Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy fornece dois modos para copiar filmes de Blu-Ray: Full Disc Copy e Main Movie Copy. O software é fácil de usar, possui uma interface intuitiva e faz cópias velozes e de alta qualidade.

Suas principis características incluem:

  • Copiar discos de Blu-ray para uma pasta, arqvuio ISO ou Blu-Ray em branco tal como BD-R, BD-RE, BD-R DL e BD-RE DL.
  • Copie discos de Blu-ray em 3D para Blu-Ray de 3D em branco ou no formato ISO.
  • Copie mais de 25GB para um disco e economize espaço.
  • Copie um filme de Blu-ray usando o disco completo ou só o espaço do filme.

Desconto adicional:
A Aiseesoft está dando 50% de desconto no cupom de código: AISEMART (aplicável a todos os produtos Aiseesoft) para todos os usuários do GOTD.

Requisitos do Sistema:

Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP (SP2 or later); CPU: 2GHz Intel/AMD CPU or above; 2GB RAM or more

Publicado por:

Aiseesoft Studio

Página Oficial:

http://www.aiseesoft.com/blu-ray-copy/

Tamanho do arquivo:

35 MB

Preço:

$35

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#5

Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy & similar copiers will try to figure out a Blu-Ray movie disc, & copy the entire disc or just the main title, either to your hard drive or burned to a blank disc. When you copy a Blu-Ray disc to your HDD, you can choose a Blu-Ray folder layout [the same files & folders as appear on a disc] or as an ISO disc image file. The original Java menus are lost if you copy just the movie.

[Note: As a set of files/folders, Blu-Ray player software may or may not play it. Java menus & such, If you copied the entire disc, will not work in player software unless you mount an ISO in a virtual drive. OTOH if you have an ISO you can't access the files to re-encode or transcode or convert unless you mount that ISO. DVDFab Virtual Drive [free] can create a mini-ISO from a set of Blu-Ray files/folders on your HDD very fast & mount it.]

Copying the files/folders off a video Blu-Ray disc isn't anything special -- it's just like copying any sort of files/folders from one drive to another or one folder to another -- so it'll take as long using software brand "X" as it does brand "Y". What's difficult is getting around whatever DRM measures are present, which may be a combination of Java, standard Blu-Ray DRM, Cinavia, & lots & lots of fake playlists.

What matters to you are if the software adds stuff to Windows that contribute to bloat &/or cause problems with other software, And if the app works to bypass the DRM on your disc you want to copy. Aiseesoft Blu-ray Copy is fine regarding the 1st -- the only way to tell on the 2nd is to try it on the discs you own. DVDFab & Slysoft are the 900 pound gorillas -- the big boys so-to-speak -- but they're also more expensive. Yes, this GOTD is cost free, but sooner or later you will very likely need to update to handle newer DRM, so talking about cost is relevant in this case.

If a disc has Cinavia, that video will only play on the original disc if the player has Cinavia built-in -- it's currently required as part of Blu-Ray licensing, so every new hardware Blu-Ray player has it. Licensed software players by companies like Cyberlink & Nero have it too. Cinavia uses a signal embedded in the audio tracks, so it persists after those tracks are re-encoded or converted. Some software like DVDFab will warn you that Cinavia's present as soon as it opens a disc.

One solution is to put the video into a mkv or mp4 file & use a media player that isn't Blu-Ray licensed, and so doesn't have Cinavia. While it's easy to do that without re-encoding, many small hardware players &/or many networks can't handle the higher bit rates that may be used on a Blu-Ray disc. Slysoft [AnyDVD] & DVDFab each have *limited* Cinavia solutions.

Unlike DVDs, which I've seen still play when they look like someone stepped on them, lying on gravel, all it takes to ruin a Blu-Ray disc is a near invisible scratch in the right direction, i.e. parallel to the outer edge. FWIW when you get one scratched that way, the abrasive solution for restoring car/truck headlight lens *may* work -- at least that's the only thing I've gotten to work besides a Dremel tool with a buffing wheel & compound. Even if you're just cleaning a Blu-Ray disc, wipe or work ONLY back & forth in the center to edge direction.

Once you've got your Blu-Ray on your hard drive, what next?... Players generally require you to either select the BDMV folder or the one immediately above it & they'll handle the rest. The main movie(s) may be spread across several files, so you may not be able to drag/drop a movie file into something like VLC. Some of the converters &/or rippers that have been on GOTD will work with those Blu-Ray folders as-is, and there are several apps, most based on Tsmuxer, that will extract or give you the separate audio, video, & subtitle files, which you can use with many video apps to re-encode if you want. The free Subtitle Edit can OCR the subtitles, giving you the text-based .srt files that more players work with.

BD Rebuilder is a free app that'll make a Blu-Ray video disc smaller for you, but make sure you read the requirements beforehand -- BD Rebuilder needs other stuff installed. An app called multiAVCHD can [among other things] put those files back in a Blu-Ray folder setup for burning, assuming you've re-encoded the files so they'll fit on a 25 GB BD, or DVD blank. The Blu-Ray video discs you buy can hold 50 GB, and many use almost all of that space. While they've dropped in price, a Lot, 50 GB blank discs are still not cheap. That said, you may well be able to avoid re-encoding the main Blu-Ray video title by skipping everything else, the menus, added languages & such, &/or you may just need to re-encode the audio, from DTS HD for example to smaller 5.1 or smaller yet stereo AC3.

3D Blu-Ray video discs include the 2D movie + a 2nd file with the 3D data -- a 3D capable player lets you choose which 3D format is compatible with your display. Converting to 2D then is easy -- you just leave out the 2nd file with the 3D data. The BD Rebuilder & Tsmuxer developers are among the few working on 3D support, so you can do more than copy to a 50 GB blank disc, but don't expect anything 100% glitch free yet.

Of the companies that offer video converters etc. on GOTD, Aiseesoft seems one of only a few still moving forward with Blu-Ray &/or 3D -- check the versions & file dates on the competition if you want. Not too many have anything similar to their 3D converter, which BTW can hard code 3D data in the resulting file, so if you want you can play around with encoding a 3D movie to a small file to be watched with those red/blue glasses for instance.

mike  –  6 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+65)
#4

The Difference between this and Blu-ray Ripper... This rips but doesn't convert. So you end up with a 15 - 25GB file that you'll need to (and should want to) compress and convert => with something like Handbrake.

Additionally this will rip discs much faster than ripping and converting. If you want to rip several at once and convert over night, this is a great option.

Also; this does bypass copyright protection!!

Shawn  –  6 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+33)
#3

Here are some freewares that do the same thing:
4Easysoft Free Blu-ray Ripper 3.1.36
http://www.4easysoft.net/free-download/free-blu-ray-ripper.html

LIST OF BLU-RAY RIPPERS THAT ARE FREE:
http://www.blurayripper.net/

Avgo Media Recorder: Backup Blu-Ray Tool:
http://avgo.com/MediaRecorder.aspx

Blu-ray Copy 1.0 - COPY TO Blu-ray disc in 11:
http://www.blu-ray-soft.com/free-blu-ray-copy/

Blu-ray Disc Ripper 1.5:
download link: http://www.sendspace.com/file/dedvp7

Blu-ray Ripper 3.1.30
http://www.4easysoft.com/download-blu-ray-ripper.html

DAEMON Tools Lite 4.40.2 - BLU-RAY BACKUPS TOOL:
http://www.disc-soft.com/home

VidCoder 1.3.4 - BLU-RAY & DVD RIPPER:
http://vidcoder.codeplex.com/ (SUBTITLES NOT SUPPORTED)

WinX Bluray DVD iPad Ripper 4.5.3 (24-July-2012) FREEBIE:
http://www.winxdvd.com/giveaway/ (DVD RIPPER NOT BLU-RAY)

How to rip blu-ray to video for Free
http://www.aleesoft.com/support/how-to-rip-blu-ray-to-video-free.html

BLU-RAY Guides and How to's:
How to convert Blu-ray to DVD using VSO Blu-ray to DVD - Read
View all guides with guide description here:
http://www.videohelp.com/guides?tools=1370&&archive=%25

http://www.dvd-guides.com/guides/110-blu-ray-copy/255-convert-blu-ray-to-dvd

(Portable) Bluray Decrypter 2.1.00
It removes almost any copy protection from Blu-rays (AACS) so that you can copy your blu-ray movies to your HD without losing quality.
Can also keep the Blu-ray folder structure, original 1080p video, original menu, as well as the original audio/subtitle tracks.
http://www.bluraytoavi.com/blu-ray-decrypter.html
http://www.softpedia.com/get/PORTABLE-SOFTWARE/Multimedia/Video/Portable-Bluray-Decrypter.shtml


I got this list from GIOVANNI and haven't read anything from him lately, so this is to his credit.

Software Babe  –  6 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+33)
#2

140206
Installed on w7 64b ver 7.0.18.0 (previous 130807 ver 6.3.6.13553).
1. But today's ver will NOT allow deselecting forced look for update.
Tools/Preferences/General
"Check for update automatically" the program keeps FORCING that option to be reenabled (spyware), if i want to check for a possible update i will do so, i do not want software to decide for itself to report home/ report what it has been used for.

2. "Blu-ray Copy"
Log: C:\Users\Owner\AppData\Roaming\log
i do not want software to needlessly insert files onto the system hard drive
log, hwe_log
session report spyware

The perferences will not allow selecting where one wants those log files to be placed, it forces them onto the system partition/drive.

bubu  –  6 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+23)
#1

#14: "Hi. I have an old Win XP PC 3 GHz Pentium D.
I’ve been looking for internal BD burners, but they all say minimum 3.4 GHz is required.
Anybody else having a 3 GHz PC and using internal BD burner w/o problems?"

.
XP can be a bit problematic when it comes to Blu-Ray, mainly because it doesn't natively understand the disc format. There are updates from Microsoft to handle that, but the only thing that worked for me was to install the older, modified version of PowerDVD that came with my 1st, LG burner. Lots of video software from China automatically installs a hacked Toshiba driver when the software detects it's running in XP -- I've had problems with that, but that's me & your mileage may vary.

As far as the BD burner itself, it's really no different than adding/running a DVD burner -- it's just an optical drive.

As far as the CPU goes, if you've got semi-decent graphics hardware it does most of the heavy lifting for Blu-Ray playback -- there are plenty of lower powered [in the 2 GHz range] laptops using internal or external BD drives. If your graphics hardware isn't up to the task OTOH then the CPU has to make up for it, and it might not be able to. Easiest way to find out is to try playing 1080p AVC/H.264 video, preferably something with a typical Blu-Ray bit rate around 25 - 30. [That doesn't necessarily mean illegal downloads BTW -- lots of sample files from companies like Microsoft &/or there are the features done with Blender.] Note that it doesn't matter if your screen is 1080p or not -- you just need to know if your rig can play 1080p at a high bit rate, at whatever size it's displayed at.

Otherwise you might not want to rule out external drives, particularly if your system uses IDE rather than SATA -- I've seen USB 3.0 drives comparably priced to internal models, & if needed a USB 3.0 card can be bought for around $10, assuming you've got a pcie slot to stick it in.

mike  –  6 years ago  –  Você achou esse comentário útil? sim | não (+19)

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