The Blu-Ray disc format has allowed the average person to bring professional quality high definition content into the home. Offering a true 1080p image, Blu-Ray also allows those who want to recreate a theatrical experience within their home with uncompromising image and sound quality. For those who seek to protect their investment by backing up their Blu-Ray content, the process can become expensive due to the storage requirements of the format.
Fortunately, by converting Blu-Ray content to the AVCHD format, a person can backup their content on regular DVD-5 discs while maintaining the original visual quality.
AVCWare Blu Ray Ripper to meet your requirement. On one hand, this Blu-ray to AVCHD converter can easily convert Blu-ray to AVCHD MTS/M2TS etc HD &SD videos with fast speed. On the other hand, with Blu-ray to AVCHD converter, you can edit your Blu-ray videos by clipping, cropping, adding subtitle and watermark etc to make personalized Blu-ray videos.
Step by Step Guide: How to Rip Blu-ray to AVCHD?
Step 1: Add DVD
Insert a blu-ray disc, and click "Add Folder" button to select the inserted disc in the dialog box that opens, and load it.
Step 2: Select output format
Choose one or more files in the file list, and open Profile drop-down list, then select an output format for selected files. For we need to convert Blu-ray to AVCHD, we select the AVCHD output formats. Then click "Browse" button to select a destination folder in the window that opens, click "OK".
Step 3: Convert Blu-ray to AVCHD
After finishing the above settings, check the files needed to convert in the file list, and click Convert Checked Item(s) button at the right bottom to start converting the files. You can view the conversion progress from the progress bar at the bottom of the window.
After following the above basic operation and optional steps, you can easily convert Blu-ray to AVCHD video format and enjoy anytime you like. So fast speed, so easy to use steps, so clear interface, all the features give you a good impression, now get the full version to enjoy it!
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