The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 3.2
WinX Blu-ray Decrypter is an efficient and professional-looking application designed to decrypt and back up Blu-ray discs. The resulting high-definition video file is stored in a M2TS container, which you can later use to create backup copies of your BDs without losing any of the original quality.
This comprehensive tool is capable of overriding all the best-known DRM protection systems used by the Blu-ray industry in order to protect their content from unlawful uses. Thus, WinX Blu-ray Decrypter can remove any AACS MKB encryption system and any BD+ copy protection contained on the disc. This way, you will be allowed to make private copies of your BD collection and save the original discs from accidental damage or loss.
The program will scan and analyze any Blu-ray disc you insert in your BD drive and will detect the main feature in the disc automatically, based mainly in the size and length of the different video streams. You can set the program to show you only the main feature and ignore all the other streams, or you can manually select those you wish to preserve. A third option is to use the "Full Disc Mode" feature, which will create a decrypted clone of the whole content of the disc.
No compression is applied to any of the video and audio streams ripped using this tool, so you can be sure that the excellent high-definition quality that Blu-ray discs provide will be faithfully transferred to your backup copies.
The full decryption and ripping process takes no more than a few clicks, which makes it the perfect tool for novice users. That was a nice thing to have, but the thing that really struck me while testing the program was its amazing copy speed. WinX Blu-ray Decrypter manages MMX, SSE, SSE2, and SSE3 CPU instructions, and makes the most of your multi-core CPU. The transfer speed on my PC was somewhere in between 6 and 12 MB per second - and that, compared to what I have seen so far, is really fast.