September 04, 2014 - 07:37 | Currently, 0 Comments
Do you have an extensive collection of DVDs and you’re loath to buy a second copy of the movie just to enjoy the high quality picture a blu ray disc offers or just to watch your DVD’s on you’re new blu ray player?
Do you have digital movies that you wish you could watch on your blu ray player? Have you dreamed you could watch your favorite 2-D movies on your 3-D player?
We have the perfect answer to your dilemma: Leawo Blu-ray Creator and Ashampoo® Burning Studio 14. There are a lot of programs out there that can help you burn a blu-ray disc, but these two programs have the right balance of features coupled with user-friendly interfaces. Either of these two programs is sure to make your first blu ray creation a success.
Leawo Blu-ray Creator
Leawo Blu-ray Creator is not only a powerhouse when it comes to blu ray burning software, it is also a very intuitive program that is very simple to use. With Leawo, you are able to burn Blu-ray out of video in any format you have, including AVI, MKV, MP4, MOV, WMV, and more. With more than 40 preset menu and template models, you can get started right away without needing to be an expert.
Leawo allows you to take a video file from just about any source. Whether you have HDDV or SDDV short home movies, QuickTime movies, YouTube videos, or you have a digital copy of a movie (downloaded or ripped), Leawo will help you create a blu ray disc you can enjoy on any blu ray player. No matter what video format you have, you can easily convert to it DVD (DVD-5, DVD-9), Blu-ray (BD-25, BD-50), or even ISO.
Aside from converting your media into a brilliant blu ray disc you can play on any blu ray player, Leawo can convert your movies from 2D to 3D in just a few clicks. Your 3D movie is has multiple 3D setting modes that you can customize which contain Red/Cyan, Red/Green, Red/Blue, Blue/Yellow, Interleaved and Side by Side. You are also able to adjust the 3D Depth anywhere from -50 to +50 to ensure your movie has the perfect settings.
Leawo also offers a video editor. Features include the ability to crop the picture, trim the length of the video, adjust brightness, contrast and saturation, add an image or text watermark, and adjust the volume of the audio. If you are looking for editing or 3D options, Leawo Blu-ray Creator is the best option for you.
Whether you simply want to put a digital video onto a blu ray disc to watch on your blu ray player, you want to create a customized masterpiece, or you want to see your favorite movies in 3D, Leawo can help you achieve your blu ray making goals.
The developers of Ashampoo Burning Studio 14 have spent more than 14 years perfecting this blu ray burning software and is just one of the video tools they offer. As a result, this program is not only phenomenally easy to use, but it offers every option you could possibly want in a burning studio. Ashampoo not only offers ease of use, but they package it with all the bells and whistles, including a beautiful interface.
If one of your goals is to convert your standard DVD movies into stunning blu ray movies, you may need an additional DVD ripping program. Ashampoo Burning Studio will rip the media from it’s original format, but it cannot rip copy-protected discs. Aside from that one drawback, Burning Studio 14 is nearly perfect.
The options Burning Studio gives you are what makes this product so much more than any of its competitors. It includes all the basics (create a blu ray disc out of nearly any media file type – AVI, MKV, MP4, MOV, WMV, and more – easy, useful, and aesthetically pleasing menu creation options, burn DVD, blu ray, and ISO, as well as music and data cds, etc) as well as: the ability to burn the entire file, or just selected clips; ability to split a project’s data over several discs; specialized creation of cases covers; multi-burning sessions (so you can add more files to the disc later); and even the ability to encrypt files to protect your data.
One thing to note, while Ashampoo Burning Studio is one of the oldest established software that will burn and copy just about any format on the market, and while it has features for nearly everything you could want to do in regards to burning a blu ray disc, there are two things it does not do: convert 2D movies to 3D format and allow video editing.
Both Ashampoo Burning Studio as well as Leawo Blu Ray Conveter are more than capable to burn blu ray movies. Review their features and make a determination which software is best suited to fit your specific needs.
September 01, 2014 - 23:55 | Currently, 0 Comments
So you’re using a PSP, and perhaps you have an ample enough amount of storage on the device for videos you’d like to put on it. Unfortunately, you’ll find that the PSP itself only supports three video formats- MPEG-4, MP4 and AVI- and you may find videos you’d like to transfer to your PSP incompatible because it isn’t in one of those formats.
Learn how to convert video to PSP Format
Fortunately for you, there’s a solution. You will want to download a separate program to convert video to PSP. There are a multitude of programs available to convert a given video into the correct format to be moved to your PSP, and we’ll be going over how to convert video to PSP in this article.
Of the programs available, we’ll be going over five, in no particular order, starting with…
The Tipard PSP Video Converter, boasts an impressive set of features. In addition to changing video format, it allows an array of video editing features and even includes support for Nvidia’s CUDA technology (exclusive to Nvidia graphics cards) and multi-core CPUs, for the fastest conversion possible. As a bonus, it can even take audio tracks from videos and convert them to mp3 format- great for the music lover on the go.
Joboshare PSP Video Converter costs slightly more than Tipard but offers a distinct set of features. It adds the ability to download videos directly from YouTube or Yahoo! Videos, which means a streamlined process to get videos from the internet, through your computer and onto your PSP. Joboshare’s converter even offers a tool that lets you create a slide show of photos to put onto your PSP and enables simple video editing features.
Bigasoft PSP Video Converter offers yet another alternative program to convert video to PSP. At the same price of Joboshare’s, it includes CUDA and mutli-core processor support as well as basic video editing features to go with the conversion formats. If speed is your primary concern, consider this or Tipard, since they should be able to convert your videos the fastest, provided your computer supports the performance-boosting features they offer.
Last but not least is 3herosoft Video Converter! This one is the cheapest out of its peers and is therefore slightly more basic (and lacks features such as CUDA), but still offers a solid, easy-to-use video conversion experience. It also supports Mac OS, though Mac users have yet another option…
Don’t worry, Mac users, the world hasn’t forgotten about you. In addition to 3herosoft, Leawo has created a video converter for your PSP that’ll allow you to convert video to PSP easily, though at the more expensive price of $30 a year or $40 for life, with additional features.
Overall, those are your best options. Before you start using any of these programs, be sure that you have a copy of the video file on your hard drive already and can identify its location, generally in the Videos or Downloads folder.
Aside from that, these programs are all very simple to use. Good luck!