Blu-ray Ripper's New Function: Remove DRM Protection of BD, MKB V20!

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by peophealth, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. peophealth macrumors newbie

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    Jan 2, 2011
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    As we know, DRM aims to protect the rights of digital video and audio, and ensure the rights of a legal version. So many companies take this measure to guarantee their profits. However, the complex technology always goes wrong and brings trouble to the customers who buy the legal copy, which results in some companies' giving up DRM protection. Now, the newly-launched MKB V20 seems more complex than MKB V19. In order to reduce undesired trouble and bring convenience to users, some studios has updated Blu-ray products and removed the MKB V20 protection of BD.

    Blu Ray Ripper can rip Blu-ray Discs and convert DVD files to iPhone MP4 and MOV, etc. Besides, it can convert video or audio to iPod and iPad formats. The most important function is that this Blu-ray Ripper can remove the DRM protection, such as AACS, BD+, ROM Mark and MKB V19. Now advanced technology was added to this ripper, users can also remove the MKB V20 protection of BD and then enjoy their digital life freely.

    System Requirements
    OS Supported: Windows NT4/2000/2003/XP, and Windows Vista, Windows 7
    CPU: 800MHz Intel or AMD CPU, or above
    RAM: 512MB RAM or more

    More related Blu-ray software recommended for you as follows, and hope they can bring you much convenience:
    Blu-ray to iPhone Ripper
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    Blu-ray to MP4 Ripper
     
  2. gocardsfan1 macrumors member

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    May 19, 2008
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    No support for Mac OS X? Isn't that kind of important when posting on a site named macrumors.com? Are there any plans for support in the future?
     

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