Tipard Blu-ray Player 6.1 giveaway olarak 6 Nisan 2016 tarihinde sunulmuştu
Tipard Blu-ray Player can work as a multifunctional Blu-ray player. It professionally plays Blu-ray Discs (an internal or external Blu-ray Drive is needed), folder and iSO files, even the latest-released Blu-ray movies. Moreover, it can be used as a common media player to play video and audio file in the format of MP4, MOV, MKV, AVI, TS, MTS, M2TS, FLV, MP3, AAC, AIFF, FLAC and more. It has lossless video/audio effect even when you play 1080p and 4K videos.
What’s more, it allows you to set audio track and channel to enjoy perfect audio quality. Optional video playing size (half/normal/double) can be adjusted to fit your screen. This software with simple interface and easy guide brings you greater experience compared to those portable Sony, Samsung or LG Blu-ray player.
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Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10
Tipard Blu-ray Converter can convert homemade Blu-ray disc/ ISO file/folder to MP4, MKV, AVI, FLV, MOV, WMV, VOB, MTV, TS, etc. for playing on your iPad or other players on portable devices. More than Blu-ray converter, it lets you convert homemade DVD to M4V, MPEG2, MOD, 3GP, MP3, FLAC, AAC, etc. video and audio for enjoying on your device. Special 50% OFF coupon code for GOTD users: TIPABPGT
Tipard Video Converter is the all-in-one video converter, video downloader and a video enhancer. It can convert homemade DVDs, and almost all format videos or audios (MP4, AVI, FLV, MOV, MKV, VOB, MOV, SWF, WMV, MTV, SWF, 3GP, MTS, M2TS, MPG, MP3, AAC, AIFF, FLAC, WAV, etc.) to other video or audio for playing on your player. Special 50% OFF coupon code for GOTD users: TIPABPGT
Tiprad DVD Creator is the best solution for you to burn DVD disc/folder/ISO file with various video files. Whether you want to create local recorded video in 3GP, MOV, MOD, etc. into DVD for a long preservation, or want to burn to DVD folder/ISO file from video (MP4, AVI, FLV, MKV, FLV, SWF, RMVB, etc.) that you download from popular sites like YouTube, Dailymotion, etc., you can use this DVD software to help you. Special 50% OFF coupon code for GOTD users: TIPABPGT
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Blu-Ray discs have never been as popular as DVDs, & their popularity may in fact be declining as online streaming continues to grow, but they have the highest bit rate video available, meaning highest quality, e.g. while that bit rate can vary from ~13 to 30+, 1080p Blu-Ray video still looks better than 4k streamed from Amazon on a 4k TV. But Blu-Ray has downsides... They're fragile -- a scratch you might barely be able to see can ruin a disc -- and they have heavy DRM. That DRM means that you need to use special software, like Tipard's Blu-Ray Player.
There are players like PowerDVD 15 Ultra -- today Cyberlink sells it for $60, though I've seen the MSRP $30-$40 higher than that, while Newegg had it on sale for $30 [an all time low AFAIK]. Being licensed by the Blu-Ray consortium, while the version is current, & for a limited time after a new version is released, it's updated with the latest DRM, & will play all the menus & special features. Licensed players [hardware & software] have to support Cinavia, which is DRM embedded in the audio [think subliminal recording], so they will not play a copied disc that has Cinavia DRM, should you make a copy of a disc you bought to safeguard your investment -- as above, the slightest scratch *may* ruin a Blu-Ray disc. [Note that making that copy may or may not be legal where you live. Note that it also may be illegal for software developers to bypass DRM with or in their products, and that the sale of that software may be restricted.]
Tipard's Blu-Ray Player will play Blu-Ray discs that you've bought, & because it doesn't include Cinavia, it will play the discs you've copied. It will not play the menus... Blu-Ray movie discs use Java for the menus & special features, & that Java usually includes DRM, so you'd actually have to re-write that Java if you wanted to bypass the DRM & still have the menus etc. work. A Blu-Ray disc may include 100+ video files, & while a player like Tipard's selects the main movie for you, it's a bit of trial & error selecting any added features [e.g. cut scenes] that you want to play & watch.
One benefit of Tipard's Blu-Ray Player vs. something like PowerDVD Ultra is that it's lightweight & efficient. There are lots of small boxes, HDMI dongles etc. that can play media files on a HDTV or monitor, but very many will not handle the higher bit rates used on Blu-Ray video. Add Tipard's Blu-Ray Player to the lowest powered Windows device [e.g. stick, box, tablet, NUC etc.], & it should handle it fine, e.g. my cheap tablet running 10 uses a Intel Atom Z37335F, and it works. And since Tipard's software will play all sorts of video files, using it with a cheap Windows device can make for a decent media player that can also surf the web, do streaming through the browser etc., for less than you might spend on a Blu-Ray player.
There's also maybe a couple of negatives to Tipard's player [& similar]... PowerDVD Ultra includes features to enhance the display, and you can use DS filters + madVR etc. for a better display using apps like mplayer. PowerDVD has its cost, plus there's that pesky Cinavia. Going the mplayer route you don't have that, BUT, mplayer is not a Blu-Ray player -- it works best if you do some extra work turning the Blu-Ray video into a single mkv file. That said, when I ran tests to see if my tablet would work, the display was no different than using our Sony Blu-Ray player, & so trying to enhance the display is completely optional.
Alternatives... There are other players, e.g. Leawo, that are similar. AnyDVD HD & DVDFab Passkey are apps that add drivers to Windows, & they decrypt DVD & Blu-Ray video discs so that they appear to be normal discs with no DRM to most Windows software, though Cinavia can still be a problem. There are apps like DVDFab that let you copy all or part of a DVD &/or Blu-Ray disc to your hard drive, or burn to a blank disc without DRM. MakeMKV will put the Blu-Ray movie in a MKV [container] file, including chapters & subs. tsMuxeR lets you extract the individual files from a Blu-Ray movie [audio, video, & sub tracks], may let you downmix the audio, & can put them together in a Blu-Ray layout to play or burn to disc. multiAVCHD does more when it comes to authoring a Blu-Ray disc layout that you can play as-is or burn to disc. Many of the ffmpeg-based converters on GOTD will downcovert Blu-Ray video to a lower bit rate AVC, & some will handle Blu-Ray DRM. In those cases you might want to use SubtitleEdit to OCR the subs to a text file that more media player software can display.
Last, I think it's worthwhile to add a small bit re: DRM to temper expectations... The always increasing, always evolving DRM on Blu-Ray video discs is atrocious, to the point that you may not be able to play some discs straight from the store with your stand-alone player. Once a new disc is released, it may take a while before any software is able to handle it, & there may be some discs where some, or maybe even all DRM bypassing software fails.
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In Windows 10 this program attempted to make itself the default player for multiple video file formats without my permission. I really don't appreciate programs that do that type of thing. There is no reason a program should change any of my computer default settings without asking me first.
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Hi, the history of this particular Player can not be found anywhere on Publisher's homepage, so is it the same as this Giveaway?: https://www.giveawayoftheday.com/tipard-blu-ray-player-6-1-20/
More Giveaways of Tipard Studio can be found here: https://www.giveawayoftheday.com/category/publisher/tipard-studio/
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fran, this is 6.1.56. First impression is that it looks almost exactly the same, apart from missing the social media links.
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