WinX DVD Ripper Platinum Reborn and Finalized with Hardware Acceleration in Version 8.5.0
Digiarty Software announces excitedly the biggest-ever update: WinX DVD Ripper Platinum 8.5.0 comes on March 22 with a killer feature - Hardware Acceleration.
Digiarty Software, a veteran application software developer, announces excitedly the biggest-ever update: WinX DVD Ripper Platinum 8.5.0 comes on March 22 with a killer feature - Hardware Acceleration.On the version, Intel QSV and NVIDIA (CUDA) NVENC on user’s computer can be utilized to maximally accelerate DVD conversion process. Specifically, the speed of DVD to MP4 (H.264) ripping reaches up to 500 FPS (with X32 DVD drive), and the whole DVD conversion takes as short as 5 minutes only.
For whoever’s computer contains CPU/GPU hardware accelerator, it is the real fastest DVD conversion solution. Please download and feel the CPU and GPU based hardware encoder:
WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is a professional Windows-based program serving for ripping and converting DVD discs, ISO image files and DVD folders to hard drive, computer, playing devices and media supported files formats. The new version is the most fast-running and stable one. That is to say, both the kernel and interface are finalized thereon, and no frequent updates are necessary thereafter. After beta testing, the official version comes on the Wednesday, March 22 and is believed to pack a punch.
Hardware acceleration applying to video encoding/decoding is in vogue, mostly for the blossom of modern multi-core processor and concurrency-algorithm GPU, specifically for Intel QSV and NVIDIA NVENC techniques. By far, both four generations of Intel CPUs and NVIDIA GPUs, such as Intel Core i5 / Core i7 processor and GeForce GTX 1080 Ti, have supported encoding H.264/MPEG-4 AVC, as a result of which DVD to MP4 (H.264) video transcoding speed skyrockets by 300% now when using this updated DVD ripping software with hardware acceleration.
Before hardware acceleration, WinX DVD Ripper Platinum is already distinguished for fast software transcoding speed, attributed to uniquely developed Super Encode Engine, Hyper-threading technology and Multi-core CPU utilization. It was especially reflected in the “DVD Backup” mode, namely, in copying DVD to MPEG2 file, ISO image file or DVD folder with original quality and intact movie content. Now with might doubled, the hardware encoding is added in as a spur to finishing DVD ripping to MP4 within only 5 minutes at 300-500 FPS (depending on the speed of DVD drive and the configuration of computer).
Digiarty Software this year seems to have an especially great variety of update plans. Taking Version 8.0 built on March 10 for instance, many vital enhancements were launched, including rebuilt DVD title analysis mechanism, new ISO system support and trouble shooting for 99-title and intractable discs. “We have been committed to creating the best software with fast speed, powerful decoding ability and ease of use,” said Jack Han, CEO of Digiarty. “We think that’s already where we are. Thank you everyone who has supported us over the past 10 years for making the product what it is today!”
Pricing and Availability
WinX DVD Ripper Platinum V8.5.0 is released on Wednesday. Any new user can download the trial version or get the full version at $39.95 from the Spring Discount:
Digiarty Software, Inc.
With over 10 years of development, Digiarty has become a world-leading provider of personal and home-use video audio applications based on Windows and macOS. It is offering easy and creative solutions of free DVD ripping, DVD copy, DVD burning, HD video conversion, online video downloads, media play, iPhone file management and so on for movie/music addicts, handset owners, game players, etc. To find out more about Digiarty, please visit https://www.winxdvd.com/.
Digiarty has become a world-leading provider of personal and home-use video audio applications based on Windows and macOS. It is offering easy and creative solutions of free DVD ripping, DVD copy, DVD burning, HD video conversion, online video downloads,
Mar 22, 2017