WinX Blu-ray Decrypter

WinX Blu-ray Decrypter

It's a neat, simple and handy Blu-ray disc ripper
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Pros

  • Very simple and intuitive.
  • Can rip BR discs protected with different encryption methods.
  • Can perform full disc backups or allow selecting a specific title.

Cons

  • It can only load Blu-ray discs and not disc images or disc folders.
  • The interface cannot be resized or customized.

This simple tool is capable of decrypting Blu-ray discs in order to let you transfer their content to other formats. It is basically a disc ripper capable of processing encrypted Blu-ray discs.
One of its most important advantages is the fact that it can decrypt Blu-ray discs protected using different methods, such as AACS MKB v25, BD+ copy protection, etc.

It is also very easy-to-use and intuitive. Its simple interface makes this application suitable for any category of users, including beginners. It’s so simple that it doesn’t have a window with additional options. Everything is in plain sight, easy to access and to use.

Another nice feature is the fact that WinX Blu-ray Decrypter supports copying only a selected title (generally the main title) as well as performing a full disc backup with the entire movie content.

On the other hand, WinX Blu-ray Decrypter can only load Blu-ray discs and not disc images or disc folders. Anyway, it’s a minor downside that can be easily surpassed. In conclusion, WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is a handy tool that represents one of the simplest way of backing up your Blu-ray discs even if they are copy-protected.

Margie Smeer
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