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Not all conversions go 100% smooth and some result in the audio and video out of synchronization, which remains a knotty thing in the whole scope of the multimedia industry and is a key concern to the majority of the worldwide users. With a strong commitment to customer experience, the software company promptly organized their development team to beef up the movie ripper for Mac. Finally, the latest version 4.5.0 is competent to get rid of the inconvenience and makes a great leap forward with the following enhancements:
1. Added a sync option to solve the A/V sync problem during the conversion in Safe Mode.
2. Added validity check for the destination folder.
3. Enhanced the MKV encoder to resolve the problem of no sound in some output files after conversion.
4. Added support for the newly published disc movies, such as Captain Phillips, Despicable Me 2, Fast and Furious 6, The Wolverine, etc.
5. Fixed some minor bugs.
As an upmost product from the software provider, it has won a considerable acclamation for years. Attributing to its unique Navigator Analysis technology, the latest version owns the killer feature to rip CSS, APS, RCE, UOP, Disney and Sony ARccOS protected DVDs to MP4, MOV, AVI, MKV, FLV, and more, which many other rippers cannot do. The infused 280+ preset profiles make it perfectly compatible with the hot devices, including iPhone 5S/5C, iPad Air, iPad Mini with Retina, HTC One, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, PS4, WP8, etc.
By taking advantages of the High-Quality engine, multi-core CPU and hyper-threading technology, the program is now able to make the ripped movie with no quality loss and gets any disc ripped in minutes, up to 36x real time converting speed, especially when making a backup of DVDs to ISO image and MKV format.
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