You may have used the WinX DVD Ripper for awhile, and you feel like you need to upgrade to the platinum version. Before you do so, you should read our WinX DVD Ripper Platinum review. The upgrade can cost you a little below $30, so you would have to make sure that you get the best out of your money given the current financial difficulties the world is facing.
This brings us to the question you should be asking youself: “What can I get in return for my $30?”
What the WinX DVD Ripper Platinum has for you?
In addition to having all the features that you have loved with the free version of the WinX DVD ripper platinum, it has five additional features and these are:
- Retention of Movie Quality
Most DVD rippers actually lower down the quality of the finished product when ripping, but you would not experience that with the WinX DVD ripper platinum version. It boasts of a unique 1:1 Conversion Ratio, which translates to “lossless video conversion.” By upgrading to the platinum version of the WinX DVD ripper, you can now rip and share video files whose quality in audio and video are nearer to the original.
- Bypassing Copy-Protection
The WinX DVD Ripper platinum also comes with the capability to bypass or break through the latest copy-protection schemes. Most DVDs come with copy protection in a bid to prevent privacy; without the platinum version of WinX DVD Ripper, people cannot rip movies contained within DVDs embedded with such a feature. Users of the platinum version, however, can just shrug it off and continue ripping movies as usual.
The WinX DVD Ripper platinum also features continual updates to keep track of the latest in copy-protection.
- Support for Multi-Core Processors and Hyper-threading
The WinX DVD ripper boasts of exceptional speed and performance, thanks to its full support for systems using Multi-Core processors. It also supports systems that implement hyper-threading in processes.
- Optimizing video quality.
With the WinX DVD’s high speed encoding engine, users have the freedom to create custom quality video files. You can tweak the quality settings of your output file in order to optimize quality and performance in various computer systems.
- Backing up Files for Portable Devices