Pavtube BDMagic is a comprehensive and reliable software solution aimed to offer you the ability of copying the contents of various types of discs to your computer as well as turning them to popular media formats, which can be played on even on portable devices.
Clean and straightforward looks
The application features a fairly simple appearance, quite common to the majority of similar tools available, so working with it will not pose too much difficulty, even for inexperienced individuals.
The main window allows you to load the load the source file, be it from a disc drive (DVD or Blu-ray), a locally stored folder or an ISO / IFO file, as well as configure the output preferences, including extension and destination.
Effortlessly copy the contents of of your movie discs or convert ISO images to popular formats
Pavtube BDMagic is able to grab the videos from various disc types or image files and turn them to AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, TS, MPG or MOV, even MP3 or WAV, in multiple qualities, depending on your needs. The output formats can match a specific device, such as a Apple products, Sony, Samsung, Toshiba, Nokia, Lenovo, HTC, and many others.
The program also provides you with a number of basic editing functions, enabling you to trim or crop the movies, apply text, image or video watermarks onto your file, as well as use effects, such as ‘Gray’, ‘Flip Color’, ‘Invert’, ‘Aged Film’, or adjust the ‘Brightness’, ‘Contrast’ and ‘Saturation’.
Moreover, you can replace the audio stream in your movie and insert fade in and fade out effects of a defined duration, or add subtitles (in SRT, ASS or SSA format). Similarly, the video can be flipped vertically or horizontally, as well as rotate it clockwise or counterclockwise. When you have finished configuring the output options, you can press the ‘Convert’ button, optionally splitting or merging multiple files into a single item.
A useful disc ripper
To conclude, Pavtube BDMagic is a complex and efficient utility whose main purpose is to assist you in backing up your multimedia discs, copying the movies and other contents to your computer, to a preferred format.