Monday, December 14, 2009

Back Up Your Blu-ray Movies with 123 Media Max

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of 123 Media Max. All opinions are 100% mine.

Hey there friends. Ever since movie recording was invented, consumers have bought products to back up their precious movies. Whether it be a VCR to make a back up of your old VHS to the more modern DVD burner to back up your DVDs. Now, with the invention of crystal clear, picture perfect Blu-ray discs, consumers have been left wondering how to make a copy of their beloved movies. If you are one of the lucky few that have extra cash to burn for a Blu-ray burner, great! But what about the rest of us that more than likely have a DVD burner that came as standard equipment on our desktop and laptop computers? Well, we can turn to 123 Media Max.

It's a Blu-Ray Copy Breakthrough in the world of technology. With 123 Media Max, it is not necessary to have a coveted Blu-ray burner. You can still make blu-ray quality backups using a standard DVD. It's unheard of, yet, 123 Media Max is the software that makes it all happen. And that's not all it can do.

Not only will it convert Blu-ray to DVD, but you can convert DVD to practically anything else! Copy ANY DVD movie or movie/video from the internet to your smart phone, Apple TV, iPhone, iPod, iPod Touch, PSP, PS3, XBOX 360, Zune, Gigabeat, Creative Zen, Blackberry, to name just a few. And it works the other way as well. Convert those awesome Youtube or Metacafe videos into DVDs so that you can easily convert and share. And since it comes with it's own video editor, you'll have all the tools at your disposal to create, re-create, convert practically any video that you shoot or any video that you may stumble across on the web.

Even though the near perfect Blu-ray conversion to DVD is 123 Media Max's bread and butter, the slew of features that comes with the software make it more than just the average conversion tool. For all my video loving friends out there, you need to check out the 123 Media Max website here to read up on all the specs and requirements. Later!

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  1. Thanks for telling about this software. If I decide to buy it it may come in handy for backing up BluRay Discs

  2. I swear I just saw a similar post with another blogger. This MediaMax is getting popular.

  3. It could be decoding a different stream for Blu-Ray than DVD - check your receiver settings if there's a way to manually change from Dolby ProLogic to DTS, or from 5.1 to 2.0, etc. You could also change the audio options on the disc.