Watch Video Guide - How to Process and Edit Videos using VideoProc
Users' question about how to convert Blu-ray M2TS to AVI: I have some precious Blu-ray M2TS movies that I want to convert Blu-ray to AVI, or FLV, MOV, MPEG alike, and I can not seem to figure out how to convert them to the video formats, which are both playable and editable on my PC. Can you lead me out of this trouble. - From David Hauer, enthusiastic movie fan, now get driven crazy by the Blu-ray movie and post the question above.
Expert's response: to convert Blu-ray movie to AVI file format with fast ripping speed and high quality, a trustful video converter hold a deep-set position on this issue. It must be special designed for the HD video, such as BDAV, TrueHD, M2TS, MPEG-TS A/V. - From Neil Kaufman, a senior Software Review Editor.
VideoProc is simply outstanding from all these available video converters, it lets you rip Bluray M2TS to MKV, AVI, WMV, MOV etc. with ease. Supporting Multi-track HD video, built-in hundreds of codecs, and armed with Full GPU Acceleration tech, VideoProc can bring a super smooth and fast performance and is favored by the most fastidious software review editors. Moreover, featuring De-interlacing Engine and High Quality Engine, it offers the most vivid output image quality which makes millions of users' High-Def life much more colorful. This is the reason why VideoProc can be honored as the most trustful Blu-ray M2TS to AVI video converter.
If you want to convert video from Blu-ray M2TS to AVI format, firstly download VideoProc and do as following steps:
Luanch VideoProc and click "Video" button to access to video conversion page.
Click "Add Video" button to load the source Blu-ray M2TS file.
Move to "Video" tab on the bottom of the window and select "AVI" format.
Otherwise, click "Target Format" button to get full list of output profiles. Go to "General Video" under "Common Video Profile" category and select "AVI Video" as output format. Click "Done".
Click "Browse" button to set a destination folder.
Click "RUN" button to start converting Blu-ray M2TS to AVI.
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