October 22, 2015 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Chengdu, China - MacXDVD Software, an innovative Mac software developer, today announces the release and immediate availability of MacX DVD Ripper Pro V4.6.0 via a significant update. The renewal addresses the compatibility issue with Mac's new OS El Capitan, proven to offer performance enhancements and speed boosts, compared with the previous OS Yosemite. Up to now, the latest version features solid ability to copy protected DVD movies from Disney, Warner Bros., Paramount, etc and rip DVDs to MP4, AVI, H.264, MOV, WMV, MKV, etc on Mac computers and laptops running on the most-concerned El Capitan.
El Capitan does hit the jackpot in areas of performance, multi-window management, spotlight search, as well as a revamped notes app and tab mute for safari. Plus, overall consensus from giant tech media sites like CNET, MacWorld, Engadget, etc reinforces the fact that the latest OS is more stable and refined than the previous Yosemite. If that is true, the version 10.11 El Capitan looks certain to have the same adoption rate as the previous OS X Yosemite. Given that there will be inestimable OS upgrades to El Capitan, MacXDVD beefs up its whiz-bang MacX DVD Ripper Pro in a jiffy to ensure a flawless DVD ripping on Mac OS X El Capitan.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro version 4.6.0 is finalized through repeat testing. The updated version is a general purpose utility that lets users decrypt, copy and rip DVD on all Mac OS, incl. El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks, Mountain Lion and the lower. With the updated DVD ripper for Mac in hand, users will be able to do as follows:
* Boast exclusive DVD analysis technology to get rid of any DVD encryptions, be it CSS, region code enhanced, Sony ARccOS or Disney X-project DRM; Support copying any DVD disc, be it from Disney, Paramount, Walt Bros., or Sony.
* Rip DVDs to up to 350 video formats, such as DVD to MP4, MOV, H.264, MPEG4, FLV, AVI, WMV, AAC, etc; extract audio from DVD to be saved as ringtone in MP3, AAC, AC3, and more.
* Convert DVD movies on Mac El Capitan for playback on 350 mainstream devices, including Apple iPhone (6S), iPad (Pro/Mini 4), iPod, Apple TV 4, Android Samsung (Galaxy S6/Note 5), HTC, Microsoft WP8, Surface Pro 4 and Xbox One, Google Nexus 6, etc.
* Clone DVD to ISO image on El Capitan for playback and DVD burning at 1:1 ratio with no quality loss; backup DVD main/full title to MKV or a single MPEG2 file with videos, audios and subtitles. The DVD copy software for Mac has the knack for detecting main title automatically.
* Multi-core CPU and Hyper-threading technology ensures to rip DVD on Mac as fast as possible, up to 36X real-time speed; preserve original video/audio quality thanks to the built-in DVD de-interlacing engine and High-Quality engine.
* Serve as a video editor to cut off unwanted parts but get favorite segments, remove black bars, choose preferred language and add external subtitle to movie, merge several titles into one, adjust parameter settings, etc.
Apart from ensuring a seamless transition to the next generation of OS X, the update also reaches out to the newly released iPhone 6S, iPad Pro, iPad Mini 4 and the new Apple TV 4. In the same vein, MacXDVD Software confirmed all of the company's available programs, including MacX Video Converter Pro, are now compatible with OS X El Capitan.
Pricing and Availability:
MacX DVD Ripper Pro is $59.95 (USD) for a single user license. Despite of the crucial update, price tag remains unchanged. Everyone is welcome to free download the DVD ripper on any Mac running OS X 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8, 10.9, 10.10, 10.11 El Capitan and get 50% off discount on it from MacXDVD official 2015 Halloween promotion.
MacXDVD Software is a division of Digiarty Software Company, owns a professional multimedia software development team, providing a range of products for Macintosh Computer users, including MacX Video Converter, MacX DVD Ripper, DVD Author, DVD backup tools, etc, series of apps for Apple video player, and iPhone, iPad 2D and 3D video games. Copyright (C) 2015 MacXDVD Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.