September 7, 2010 in Multimedia (F)
[prMac.com] Mt Vernon, New York - Pavtube Studio, an excellent and professional multimedia software developer, introduced a new field of application for its iMedia Converter for Mac (Win Version: Pavtube Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate) which is designed to copy/backup Blu-ray/DVD discs and convert Blu-ray/DVD movies or SD videos to other desired formats with (force) subtitles. The new field is the Pico Projector which promises a good market prospect.
Pico projector is an emerging technology that applies the use of a projector in a handheld device, which has sufficient storage capacity to handle presentation materials but little space to accommodate an attached display screen. Pico projectors involve miniaturized hardware and software that can project digital images, videos or movies onto any nearby viewing surface. And Samsung SP-H03, Optoma PK201/302 and AAXA P2 are most popular Pico projectors on the market nowadays.
Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is such a third-part tool to rip Blu-ray/DVD discs and transcode Blu-ray/DVD movies or common video files to these pico projectors compatible video formats. The converted files can be transferred to pico projectors directly or to SD card for playback. "Pavtube is leading a new form of home theatre which is cheap and portable. It will be an inevitable trend to watch Blu-ray/DVD HD movies with pico projector during trip." Pavtube CEO Jack Said.
* Mac OS X 10.5 above
* 12 MB physical RAM or above
* Intel processor
* 1024x768 or higher resolution display
* External BD drive for ripping blu-ray disc
Pricing and Availability:
Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac prices at $65 (USD). One time fee for lifetime license.
Pavtube Studio is a professional multimedia software provider for personal entertainment and public entertainment with the brilliant conversion and copy products which can convert Blu-ray, DVDs and Videos to numerous video and audio formats for most popular portable devices such as iPad, iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, PSP, PS3, Xbox 360, WD TV, Pico Projector and other video and audio players.