13th December 2010, 21:27
VSO Blu-ray to DVD converter
As a Gold Member at VSO I recently had notification of a New product VSO Blu-ray to DVD converter, VSO obviously recommend AnyDvd as the decryptor tool http://www.vso-software.fr/products/...ray-to-dvd.php
Blu-ray to DVD converter guide http://www.vso-software.fr/guides/bl...eral_guide.php
Just curious if anyone has given it any testing as VSO products are usually quite reliable.
13th December 2010, 21:38
I've tested it on the Inception blu ray dvd, and it's ok.
Originally Posted by sparkym5
I've had a few missing audio problems on a episodic tv blu ray I own (Star Trek TOS, Season 2), but otherwise it works fine.
I'm still awaiting Slysoft's CloneBD and their answer to the Cinavia issue.
When they release their product(s), I'll probably switch over to their stuff.
13th December 2010, 21:43
13th December 2010, 22:07
22nd December 2010, 03:43
I've tested the program on a couple of BDs, and it works excellent.
So far no problems occured.
It's pretty fast, and it even can keep the original chapter marks.
22nd December 2010, 03:52
Clown_BD can do this too, it's free. It also converts multiple subtitles, chapters & multiple audio tracks which I think the payware from VSO can't do (or at least couldn't do when I last looked at it)
22nd December 2010, 04:07
22nd December 2010, 08:15
From my viewpoint the best way to go for non-compression back-up on blank Blu-ray disks (BD-R).
Another reason Clown_BD is the best, is you can load the entire source disk, or a BDMV folder, or a M2TS file, or MPLS file and back-up the way you like. The best software program for fixing all types of audio problems.
Last edited by fast eddie; 22nd December 2010 at 08:21.
22nd December 2010, 08:30
For me about 33fps so 1.5x realtime.
Originally Posted by whatever_gong82
22nd December 2010, 08:32
But the OP wants to back upto DVD. It seems that VSO have brought out a new product which converts only Blu-Ray to DVD. The GUI seems slick, and you appear to be able to create an audio/subtitle menu. I might just try it myself to see how it compares with my solution. Even at 32 euros ('introductory' price of 40 euros (normally 50 euros) less 20% christmas discount) it seems expensive to me for a lifetime licence with 12 months of updates.
Originally Posted by fast eddie
Last edited by mike_r; 22nd December 2010 at 08:47.