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Author:  peterpota [ Thu Jun 17, 2010 4:22 pm ]
Post subject:  How to Edit Blu-ray Movies on CyberLink PowerDirector

Title: Edit Blu-ray Movies on CyberLink PowerDirector with LeKuSoft Blu-ray Ripper

PowerDirector from CyberLink can be one of the most powerful video editing software, just like the name. But you may find it doesn’t support Blu-ray disc and you have to give up the thought of editing your favorite Blu-ray movies. To solve the problem, what you need is a Blu-ray ripping program—LeKuSoft Blu-ray Ripper.

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LeKuSoft Blu-ray Ripper is the best Blu-ray ripping software with fantastic video quality and super high speed. Your Blu-ray video can be easily converted to the formats supported by PowerDirector, MPEG, AVI, etc. Below is the interface of this program.

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Well, LeKuSoft Blu-ray Ripper is not just doing the efficient converting job. It also has a lot of useful functions such as preview before converting to check the video, clip the segment you like, convert in batch to save time, snapshot images for further use and so on. Besides, in the batch conversion mode, you can convert every file to different formats to satisfy your needs.

Before you start the conversion, you can freely set parameters, video quality, bitrate, frame rate, audio volume etc. in the Advanced Profile Settings column.

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LeKuSoft Blu-ray Ripper, the best companion for converting Blu-ray movies to your PowerDirector to make your perfect movie.

Author:  nuper17 [ Thu Jun 17, 2010 5:35 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: How to Edit Blu-ray Movies on CyberLink PowerDirector

is blu-ray not perfect enough? Well I don't know much about these stuff but I do collect videos including blu-ray movies.

Thanks for the info anyway

:D

Author:  radeon [ Thu Nov 11, 2010 12:46 am ]
Post subject:  Re: How to Edit Blu-ray Movies on CyberLink PowerDirector

thanks for the info. i was looking for this.

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