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Topic: Top 5 Reasons to choose Pavtube BDMagic
Top 5 Reasons to choose Pavtube BDMagic - Best Blu-ray Ripper tool

Store many Blu-ray collections and want to watch Blu-ray movies on the go without limitation? Then it is necessary to have a Blu-ray Ripping tool in hand, here explains top 5 Reasons to choose Pavtube BDMagic.

Blu-ray video is known for its excellent video quality and incredible capacity, and is favored by video fans around the globe.

Firstly, as we know, Blu-ray Discs are easy to break, but a digital copy is safe and permanent, even if the data get lost, there are ways to find them. So that's why we need to create copies of our useful Blu-ray discs with Pavtube BDMagic in case they were damaged, broken, theft or lost. (Mac version: BDMagic for Mac)

Secondly, since we spend a rather large amount of money to buy our preferred movies on Blu-ray every year, it only makes sense to also invest Pavtube BDMagic to clean up our BD collection and easily manage and organize your Blu-ray library. Then you won't need to hunt for movie in hundreds of Blu-rays while you can easily search and play it with a remote control.

Thirdly, another popular reason to choose Pavtube BDMagic is to share our colorful life with our family or friends. For example, if we have burn some Blu-ray discs of family milestones, or other important moments in our life, we may want to share the happiness with our friends on mobile devices. In this case, it is a good choice to create watchable Blu-ray movies as presents for them.

Fourthly, commercial Blu-ray Discs could be Region A, B and C, and not a BD player will read full region Blu-ray Discs. Things happen that your BD player refuse to read the BD you BD purchased from oversea market (unauthorized region). After ripping Blu-ray movie, the movie clips you get is unprotected HD videos, which are acceptable for all media players as long as the codec is supported.

And in other situations, like we rented a Blu-ray from a online store. If their rules allow us to copy or backup blu-ray, we can make a copy of these Blu-ray movies on our computer in case it was expired. It's a way to enjoy our digital life while saving money. Earthquake

So the Best Blu-ray Ripper from Pavtube Studio should be your first choice for ripping newly released Blu-ray movies from physical discs to Android, iOS, Windows 8 tablets and smartphones, stream to various Media players and TVs and backup to hard disk, etc.

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