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Backup and Decrypt Blu-ray Video Disc to Hard Drive (Giveaway)

Looking for a reliable solution to backup your Blu-ray video disk to your computer? Then the WinX Blu-ray Decrypter can help you to decrypt and backup them to M2TS video file or Blu-ray folder (compatible with Win7 Media Player). It preserves the original video/audio quality and has the ability to remove all known encryptions.

This Blu-ray decrypter is featured with decrypting Blu-ray to hard drive and cloning 3D Blu-ray discs to 2D Blu-ray folder or M2TS video file. Besides, it is able to cope with any region code, UOPs, encryption AACS even the latest AACS MKB v25, AACS bus encryption), BD+, Blu-ray BD-live from BD-video media.

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is a professional tool, which normally costs $49.95. However, the company is giving way a free copy of WinX Blu-ray Decrypter to all for a limited time (until Sep 15, 2011).

If you are interested, go this giveaway page, download (4.5MB) the installation file and activate the product before Sep 15.


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