☉ Easily convert between video, audio, DVD and Blu-ray files
☉ Backup Blu-ray and DVD movies without quality loss
☉ Burn video to Blu-ray/DVD file, and copy ISO file to Blu-ray/DVD disc.
☉ Create photo slideshows and burn photos to Blu-ray/DVD file
☉ Edit and play Blu-ray/DVD/video/photo files, create 3D movies, and design disc menu.
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Leawo Prof. Media for Mac is a Mac based media converter suite that handles almost all media file conversions on Mac, including: convert Blu-ray, convert DVD, burn video to DVD, burn vieo to Blu-ray, convert video and audio files, extract audio off Blu-ray/DVD files, copy Blu-ray, backup DVD, download YouTube videos, create photo slideshow, burn photos to Blu-ray/DVD photo slideshow, etc. With a wide support of formats, it enables you to watch movies at your own will.
Some bonus features improve the user experience of Leawo Prof. Media. It allows you to select subtitles and audio tracks, add external subtitles to source videos, edit media files, create 3D movies, design disc menu, change video and audio parameters, etc.
Open the "Convert" tab, click "Add Video" option to load source video and audio files, and click "Add Blu-ray/DVD" button to load source Blu-ray or DVD movies for converting. You could also add video folder or disc by clicking the drop-down arrow icons next to these 2 buttons respectively. After loading, you could select subtitles and audio tracks, play back loaded media files, adjust order, click "Merge" button to merge all loaded files into one output, etc.
Note: After you select Blu-ray/DVD movies for loading, the program would ask you which way to load source Blu-ray/DVD movies: Full Movie, Main Movie and Custom Mode. In Full Movie mode, the program would load all source Blu-ray/DVD movies. In Main Movie mode, the program loads the longest title in source Blu-ray/DVD movie by default (the main movie of source Blu-ray/DVD files in general). While in Custom Mode, you’re able to select titles for loading freely.
Click the drop-down box next to the "Add Photo" button and then select "Change" option to enter the Profile panel, where you could select a format as output format. You can select from "Format" or "Device" group, add certain formats to "Favorite", and adjust profiles to add to "Custom" group.
Click the drop-down box next to "Add Blu-ray/DVD" button and then select "Edit" option to enter the "Profile Settings" panel, or click the pencil icon on the upper-right side corner of selected profile on "Profile" panel to enter the "Profile Settings" panel. You could adjust video and audio parameters like: Video Codec, Quality, Resolution (choose from provided options, or manually input the resolution you desire into the box according to your devices or players), Bit Rate, Frame Rate, Aspect ratio, Audio Codec, Audio Quality, Sample rate, Channels, etc.
Return to the main interface and then click the big "Convert" button on the sub-menu bar. Set output directory to save the output files in "Save to" option.
Finally, click the bottom "Convert" button to start converting.
Open "Burn" tab, and click "Add Video" button or directly drag and drop to add source video files for burning. You could also load video folder by clicking the drop-down arrow next to the "Add Video" button. After adding source files, you need to set the output disc type (DVD-5, DVD-9, BD25 or BD50), quality and aspect ratio at the bottom.
On the right side bar, you can select a disc menu to apply to the output Blu-ray/DVD movies. You could select from Standard, Business, Childhood, Education, Holiday, Nature, Sports and Wedding templates. Click the middle eye icon to get preview. If you don’t need a disc menu, just click the "No Menu" template on the right side bar.
On the disc menu preview panel, click the pencil icon next to the eye icon on the sub-menu bar to invoke the menu designer window. You can add your own favorite music and image/video as background, double click to adjust title content, change title position, custom text color, font, size, type, etc. Both main menu and chapters could be redesigned at your will. You could also click the green "Get More" button to download more disc menu models from Leawo.
Click the big green "Burn" button to call out the right side bar, where you could do more burning settings, including: Burn to (disc drive selectable only when you’ve inserted a writable blank disc into the disc drive), Disc Label and Save to.
At last, click the "Burn" button on the side bar to start burning videos to Blu-ray or DVD movies.
Open the "Burn" tab and then select output disc type (DVD-9, DVD-5, BD25 or BD50), quality and aspect ratio at the bottom of Video Converter Ultimate. Then, click the drop-down arrow icon next to the "Add Video" button to select "Add iso file" option. Browse and load source ISO file.
An "Add iso file" window would pop up after you load source ISO file. Set the "Copy to" and "Disc Label" options.
Click the "Burn" button on the "Add iso file" window to start burning ISO file to blank and writable disc you’ve inserted into the disc drive.
Part I - Backup Blu-ray disc or folder
Open the "Copy" tab and then click the "Add Blu-ray/DVD" button to load source Blu-ray or DVD disc for backup. You could also load Blu-ray/DVD folders for backup. After loading, select a copy mode from Full Movie, Main Movie and Custom Mode. Set output disc type at the bottom. Play back loaded Blu-ray/DVD movies if you want.
Note: Full Movie mode helps you back up the whole source disc or folder, Main Movie backs up the longest title in source disc or folder (generally the main movie), and Custom Mode allows you to select which titles to backup. You can select subtitles and audio tracks under Main Movie and Custom Mode.
Then click the green "Copy" button. The program would pop up a side bar on the right side, showing you to do backup settings, including Copy to, Disc Label, and Save to options.
Note: If you want to back up disc to disc, you need firstly insert a blank writable disc into disc drive and then choose the disc drive as output under "Copy to" option.
At last, click the bottom "Copy" button on the right sidebar to start Blu-ray backup.
Part II – Backup Blu-ray ISO files
Insert a blank and writable disc into disc drive. Open "Copy" tab, set target disc type, quality, and aspect ratio at the bottom. Click the drop-down arrow next to the "Add Blu-ray/DVD" button and then select "Add iso file" option to load source ISO files.
On the popup "Add iso file" window after you’ve added source ISO file, set the "Copy to" and "Disc Label" options. Then, click the "Burn" button on the "Add iso file" window. The program would immediately start ISO to disc backup.
Note: ISO files could only be backed up onto a blank disc, so you need to insert a blank writable disc into the disc drive of your iMac or MacBook beforehand.
Open "Convert" tab and then click the "Add Photo" button to browse and import photos on your computer. Selected photos would be generated into slideshow automatically upon loading. You could play back and edit the generated photo slideshow.
Click the drop-down box right before the big green "Convert" button and then select "Change" option to enter the "Profile" panel, where you could select desired profile as output format for the generated photo slideshow.
After setting output format, if you need, you could re-open the drop-down box and then select "Edit" option to enter the "Profile Settings" panel, where you could change video and audio parameters of selected profile, including: Video Codec, Audio Codec, Bit Rate, Aspect Ratio, Frame Rate, Resolution, Sample Rate, Quality, etc. After adjusting, you could click the "Save to Custom" button to save adjusted profile into "Custom" group. Click "OK" button to return to the main interface.
Click the big green "Convert" button on the main interface and then set output directory in the "Save to" box on the popup sidebar.
After setting output directory, it's time to get final photo slideshow by clicking the bottom "Convert" button on the sidebar.
Open "Burn" module and then click the "Add Photo" button to import source photos. You could also directly import a photo folder by clicking the inverted triangle arrow next to the "Add Photo" button. Source photos would firstly be generated into slideshow automatically and then available for burning to Blu-ray/DVD photo slideshow.
On the right sidebar, you could see various disc menu templates, from which you could add a disc menu to the final result. By clicking the middle of these disc menus, you could get instant preview.
If you need, you could even click the pencil icon on the disc menu preview panel to customize a disc menu by yourself. On the menu designing panel, you could add background music/video/image, change title content and position, adjust text color, font, size, etc. After designing, click the "Save" button to save customized disc menu.
Click the big green "Burn" button to invoke burning setting sidebar, where you need to set "Burn to", "Disc Label" and "Save to" options. You should insert a blank and writable disc into the disc drive if you want to burn generated photo slideshow to disc, and then select disc drive under "Burn to" option. After burning settings, click the bottom "Burn" button to start burning generated photo slideshow to Blu-ray/DVD format.
After photo slideshow generated upon loading, click the "Edit" icon in photo slideshow title, or right click generated photo slideshow and then select "Edit" option to enter the photo slideshow editing panel. Under the "Video" tab, you could add extra photos, remove photo, rotate photo, adjust photo position via drag-and-drop, set the output video effect, etc.
Under the "Audio" tab, you could add background music and set the output audio effect.
Under "Convert" and "Burn" tabs, after you’ve added source media files for converting or burning, you could check a loaded media file on the processing list panel and then click the "Edit" icon to enter the video editing panel.
Open the "Trim" sub-tab, you could trim video length to remove unwanted clips by setting Start Time and End Time values, or directly dragging the twins limiters on the play bar.
Open the "Watermark" sub-tab, slide the Watermark option to green to apply watermark. You could then slide Text option to green to add Text Watermark or slide Image option to green to add Image Watermark as personal signature. You could even make customizations to Text and Image watermark, including: text font, color, transparency, position, etc.
Go to the "Crop" sub-tab, select a Zoom way, then set the Left and Top values or directly drag the dot frame box on the left Original Preview window to get unwanted margins cropped. You could get instant preview on the right Output Preview window.
Open the "Effect" sub-tab, you could then adjust video brightness, saturation, contrast and valuezoom.
On the editing panel, open the "3D" sub-tab, then slide 3D Mode option to green to create 3D movies out of 2D media files. There’re 6 different 3D effects selectable: Red/Cyan, Red/Green, Red/Blue, Blue/Yellow, Interleaved, Side by Side. You could also adjust the 3D Depth from -50 to 50, and get instant preview of selected 3D effect.
Open the "Download" module, copy and paste URL of the video you want to download into the browser address bar, or make use of the internal IE browser to browse target video. This YouTube video downloader software would list multiple options of target video at different resolutions for you to choose from.
Select desired option and then click the download icon to start downloading video. All downloading videos could be viewed under the "Downloading" section.
Downloaded videos would be displayed under the "Downloaded" section. You could play back and delete downloaded videos, reorder downloaded videos by name, date, size, etc. Also, you could right click downloaded video and then choose to add downloaded video to Burn or Convert module on the right-click menu.