iFunia DVD Ripper

iFunia DVD Ripper 4.2

It helps you rip DVDs and convert them into popular video and audio formats.
 
4.2.0 (See all)

iFunia DVD Ripper is designed to help you rip DVD files and convert them into popular video and audio formats for playback on computer media players and portable devices. The tool comes with a series of video-editing features, which are rather ordinary, yet very useful, as they will let you customize the videos according to your needs.

The program's interface is both simple and intuitive. With modern appearance, the utility lets you load your DVDs easily, either by browsing for files from within the application or by using the drag-and-drop method. Once the files are imported, you just need to select the output profile and enable the conversion. Selecting the target format is a hassle-free task, as the application provides output presets optimized for most common portable devices and players. Before starting the conversion process, you may fine-tune sensitive audio and video parameters, so that you can enjoy the perfect watching experience.

The utility also works as a basic video editor, allowing you to trim part of the video, crop the image to specific sizes, rotate and flip the video, and protect the output files with watermarks. In addition, you can improve the quality of the displayed image in terms of brightness and contrast. You can also apply 3D and other special effects to make the video display really exquisite. If the original movies lack subtitles, you can add external subtitle files.

iFunia DVD Ripper is a handy application, as it lets you optimize your favorite movies for playback on multimedia devices. The conversion is stable, while the editing features are quite comprehensive for a program that is mainly a DVD ripper and converter.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary

Pros

  • Output presets optimized for multimedia devices
  • Takes snapshots
  • Generous preview
  • Merge function
  • Can add external subtitles

Cons

  • Poor audio-editing features
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