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Thursday, January 31, 2013
1CLICK DVDTOIPOD 126.96.36.199
1CLICK DVDTOIPOD application converts DVD movies and episodes to iPad, iPod and iPhone compatible files, quickly and easily. Utilizing our famous CPRx error correction technology ensures the highest level of success when converting the latest generation of DVDs. Now you can convert all your favorite DVDs to iPod compatible files with just one click. Unlike other software with complex settings and multiple steps, 1CLICK DVDTOIPOD is easy to use. Movie and episode detection is automatic and doesn’t require you to preview or try and guess which files to include. Just click the Start button and return to find your DVD converted. This software is perfect for those on the go who want to watch their movies while riding the bus or train. Now the kids can watch their favorite movies in the car on the way to the cottage.
Key Features: • Windows 8 Compatible. • Supports iPad, iPod and iPhone. • CPRx technology for converting newer DVD movies. • Automatically selects the movie and adjusts the settings for best results. • Automatically converts episodes to a single file per episode. • Blazing fast encoding – 3X faster than other types of encoders. • Supports zoom for wide-screen to full-screen conversion. • Supports all iPod video resolutions. • Handles complex DVD movies with multiple angles. • Quality slider makes quality and file size adjustments easy. • Supports both NTSC and PAL DVD movies. • Supports subtitle language selection. • Free software updates for a year. • Free technical support.
Operating Systems: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.
Changes in 1CLICK DVDTOIPOD 188.8.131.52 (Jan 30, 2013): - Fixed: Some movies were not encoding completely. The new encoding engine is now designated as the “Alternate Encoding Engine”, selectable in the right click menu. The legacy encoding engine will remain the default encoding engine. The “Alternate Encoding Engine” can be selectively enabled for problematic DVDs such as those that exhibit the “unsupported decoder” error.