As an all-inclusive total media converter suite, Leawo Prof. Media offers you effective media converter solutions upon 4K Blu-ray, Blu-ray, DVD, video and audio conversions. This part of Leawo Prof. Media 13 user guide would mainly show you how to convert 4K UHD Blu-ray/Blu-ray/DVD/video/audio/ISO files.
Note: This guide page works for Video Converter, UHD Ripper, Blu-ray Ripper, Blu-ray Recorder Ripper and DVD Ripper modules.
After launching Leawo Prof. Media 13, click the big Convert button to enter the "Convert" module panel (or click either Video Converter, Blu-ray Ripper or DVD Ripper under the Home interface). Depending on which you want to convert, you have different options:
a. To convert video or audio, click the "Add Video" icon . By clicking this drop-down button, you could then see drop-down menu to add either video/audio files or video/audio folders. You could then browse and add source video/audio files into this video converter;
b. To convert 4K UHD Blu-ray/Blu-ray/DVD content, click the click "Add UHD/Blu-ray/DVD" button to browse and import source UHD/Blu-ray/DVD files. After clicking this drop-down button, you could see 3 options on the drop-down list panel: . You can choose to add UHD/Blu-ray/DVD content from CD-ROM, folder or directly load ISO image file for converting. (Note: When you're loading Blu-ray/DVD content, 3 loading modes are selectable: Full Movie, Main Movie and Custom Mode. Full Movie refers to the whole source content, Main Movie refers to the longest title, while Custom Mode allows you to select which titles to load.)
After loading source video/Blu-ray/DVD/audio files, you could move mouse to thumbnail of loaded file and then click to play back loaded file, click button to enter the video editing panel, hit button to select subtitle or add external subtitle, and hit button to choose audio tracks. If loaded source 4K Blu-ray/Blu-ray/DVD movie titles include multiple chapters, there will be a switch , by enabling which you could select chapters for converting. In addition, when converting the multi-angle Blu-ray/DVD discs, you can see an extra Angle drop-down box and just click on it and choose one of them. You could also click buttons on selected title to move up, move down or remove. If you want to merge all files into one output, just click the "Merge all files into one" button . This button would turn to unmerge sign if you’ve merged all files into one. By right clicking loaded title, you could call out right-click menu for more operations, including: Send to Burn, Rename, Clear, Delte, Merge/Separate, Edit, File Location, Bug Report, Media Info, etc.
Next to the "Add Photo" button, you would see a clickable box (displayed in "MP4 Video" by default), by clicking which you could see a drop-down box. On the drop-down box, 3 sub-tab includes "Edit", "Change" and "Apply to All".
Click Change button to enter the "Profile" panel, where you could select a profile as output format. On the Profile panel, you could select output profile from 4 tabs: Favorite, Custom, Format and Device. Favorite tab collects the profiles you've added as favorite (by clicking the "Add to Favorite" button on profiles from Format and Device groups), Custom tab contains all profiles you’ve edited (by clicking the "Edit profile" button on profiles from Format and Device groups) and saved as custom, while Format and Device tabs include profiles for video and devices. Under Format tab, you could choose profile from Common Video, Common Audio, HD Video, and 4K Video. The Device tab provides profiles designed for various devices including iOS devices, Android devices (Sony, Samsung, HTC, etc.), Microsoft devices, and others.
If you need, you could click the "Edit" option on the drop-down box, or click the "Edit profile" button on profiles from Format and Device groups on Profile panel to enter the Profile Settings panel, where you could edit the video and audio parameters of selected profiles.
On the Profile Settings panel, you can reset 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. After editing parameters, you could click the "Save to Custom" button to save edited profile to Custom group for future use. On the bottom right corner, click OK button to save changes and return, click Cancel button to abandon changes and return, or click Default button to restore to default settings.
Click the big green "Convert" button to call out a sidebar, where you need to set an output directory to save the output files.
On the popup sidebar, you could click the button to browse and set output directory, and open target folder by clicking button.
Click the bottom "Convert" button on the output directory setting sidebar to start converting video/DVD/Blu-ray/audio files. You could then view all converting progresses on the converting panel, and do after-done settings if you need.
On the converting panel, you could cancel all converting tasks by clicking the big green Cancel button , pause any converting task by clicking Pause button or resume a converting task by clicking Resume button . On the bottom right corner, you could click the When All Tasks End drop-down box to determine what Leawo Prof. Media 13 should do after converting: Do nothing, Exit program or Shut down computer.
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