7thShare Mac Any DVD Ripper is an easy-to-use application that lets you rip and convert DVD movies, so you can enjoy them on computer video players and portable devices at your convenience. In addition, it offers to extract the soundtrack from your favorite movies and save it as an audio file.
The program has an intuitive interface that resembles that of similar programs. All functions are placed right there at hand on the main window for easy access. The tool is not limited to loading DVD discs and DVD folders only. Yet, it also supports Blu-ray discs, Blu-ray folders, and IFO files as source for video customization and conversion. You have the ability to preview the imported files, take snapshots while previewing them, and merge multiple videos into a single larger file. Before enabling the conversion, you have the chance to edit the video according to your needs and preferences. Therefore, the utility allows you to apply 3D video effects; adjust the image in terms of brightness, saturation, contrast, and hue; remove the black edges of the video frame by cropping the image to the desired size; trim the video length; add personalized text and image watermarks, and make volume adjustments.
Once the video reaches the desired appearance, you can browse the list of output profiles in order to select the format you wish to convert it into. You don't need to be an expert to choose the type of file compatible with your player, as the app organizes the profiles both by format and device name. Each profile supports advanced customization of the encoding video and audio settings for an enhanced playback experience.
In short, 7thShare Mac Any DVD Ripper is designed to optimize DVD and Blu-ray movies for playback on common video players. Unfortunately, adding subtitles is not supported.
- Edit video before conversion
- Preview movie before conversion
- Batch video conversion
- Merge multiple videos into a single larger file
- Extract the soundtrack from favorite movies
- Doesn't support adding subtitles
- Can't replace the audio from the converted movies