"Create an AVCHD disc (DVD5/DVD9)."
Have you ever had trouble with compression HD MKV or Blu-Ray format files? Then it is high time you learned more about the application that will help you create AVCHD disks from Blu-Ray and MKV files. The BDtoAVCHD utility helps users attain the desirable sizes of files of 4.7GB or 8.5GB so that they fit onto disks. Moreover, it does so without affecting the quality of the files in any way. All in all, the software application is an essential tool for large media files without having to perform any conversions that can possibly affect the quality.
The installation process is straightforward, simple and not at all time consuming. The installation kit has 22MB and the software is compatible with Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. It does not come with other bundled programs, even though it is not a paid application, and does not have special requirements to work.
At first, the interface will look complicated and complex for users that are trying media files conversion utilities for the first time. However, if you were to read what the various buttons do, you will soon realize that it is an easy-to-use tool. For instance, even though some users will be confused regarding the bit rate they should select for the conversion, I would like to point out that the application detects and adjusts the bit rate automatically. In the upper part of the application you can add the source of the file that needs conversion and select features to modify video, sound and subtitle qualities. In the lower part of the display, you have a queue window where you can browse through all of the files previously converted.
The advantage of having such an application for those who are constantly finding problems in storage space for HD media files is tremendous. For starters, you can reduce the size of the files so that they fit DVDs. Not only that, but the entire compression can be achieved by skipping additional compression methods. Therefore, you can expect the end result file to maintain the HD quality of its original. In its newest current version, 1.7.3, the application helps users force subtitles in a media file, while maintaining the features compatible with any 3D playback system.
The only issue that has been registered regarding the application is that it depends on the power of the machine it is rolled on. To put it simply, the duration of the conversion can be slow at times for those with older or not-so-powerful computers.
Say goodbye to unprofessional video converter applications and to installing dozens of codecs on the computer. The BDtoAVCHD is a simple, powerful and ideal tool to have for ensuring you are compressing and converting any media files, without diminishing its HD quality.
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