you will have the ability to convert your collection of Blu-Ray and DVD films to a video format that can be played nearly everywhere: MKV.
is a video converter, also known as transcoder, which converts the video clips stored in DVD and Blu-Ray discs to MKV; MKV is a container that can hold multiple video and sound tracks while preserving the majority of the original information? including all the metadata, chapters and so on - without changing it in any way.
After installing the program, put in your disk into your hard drive and start up MakeMKV
. The interface is made from a standard window with straightforward layout, where you are able to choose a DVD drive from a drop-down list, or make use of a file browser to find DVD video, Blu ray, HD DVD, ISO or MKV files. It is possible to set up the output directory, and select individual DVD chapters, in order to carry on with the conversion job in a straightforward manner.
When it comes to program settings, you can modify the minimum name length (in seconds), set the read retry count and buffer size (MB), pick another UI language, enable UPnP, along with log debug messages, among others.
carries out a conversion job pretty quickly and without errors, delivering quality video. It uses an incredibly low amount of CPU and RAM, and has an excellent response time.
you can easily convert your favorite DVD and Blu-Ray films to MKV files that can be viewed everywhere without any noticeable loss of quality. The application is available for Windows, Mac OSX and Linux.
Download and install MakeMKV
safely and without concerns.
MakeMKV highlights and features:
-Reads Blu-ray discs and DVD
-Reads Blu-ray discs protected with latest versions of BD and AACS
-Keeps all sound and video tracks, including high definition sound
-Preserves chapters information
-Preserves all meta information (track language, sound type)
-Rapid conversion - converts as quickly as your drive can read data.
-No additional software is needed for decryption or conversion.
-Available for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows
-Functionality to open DVD discs is free and will always remain free.