(PRWEB) May 15, 2011
Multi-media developer Pavtube Studio(http://www.pavtube.com) has recently announced an update release of Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper, the flagship product of Pavtube which specializes in Blu-ray and DVD transcoding for portable devices. The update claims supporting to BDAV structure and an upcoming 4G mobile phone- AT&T’s Samsung Infuse 4G.
BDAV is shorted for Blu-ray Disc Audio/Visual (BDAV or BD-AV) format, a consumer-oriented Blu-ray video format used for audio/video recording. The BDAV structure, which is which is compliant with the BD-ROM AV specification, is widely used in creation of home-made Blu-ray Discs. The support to BDAV structure means that Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper users now can rip not only commercial Blu-ray/DVD Discs, but also home-made Blu-ray Discs into desired format (MKV, AVI, MP4, WMV, M2TS, etc).
As a most up-to-date 4G handset, Samsung Infuse 4G supports video playback up to 1080p full HD quality. The update of Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper comes with all Samsung Infuse 4G supported formats, including a best formative, i.e., H.264 MP4 video of 850*480 in resolution for full display playback.
Like its previous version, the Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper still features video templates for iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, PS3, Xbox, Motorola Xoom and popular Android smartphones.
Operating System: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7
DirectX Version: 9.0 or above
Memory: 64MB at least
Processor: Intel Pentium Ⅲ processor at 500 MHz
Monitor: 1024*768 or higher resolution display.
Optical Drive: DVD Drive, External BD drive for ripping blu-ray disc
Pricing and Availability:
Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper is available for $49.00(USD) only. The offer includes lifetime license and upgrade.
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, Xoom, Galaxy tab, Playbook, iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, PSP, PS3, Xbox 360, WD TV, Android Phones, Pico Projectors and other video and audio players.