DVDFab, the industry leader in the field of DVD, Blu-ray and video backup solutions, introduces the world's 1st 4K Ultra HD copy software, a brand-new product which allows users to make home backup copies of any unprotected 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray movies their own.
Introducing the DVDFab UHD Copy
Thanks to the increasing availability of both home 4K UHD Blu-ray Players and 4K UHD TVs from major manufacturers, such as Sony, Panasonic, Samsung and more, the next generation 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray titles are becoming popular among Blu-ray lovers and even common consumers. In the meantime, many enthusiasts are expressing their strong desires on social networks and some 3rd party forums for the 4K Ultra HD contents. However, due the facts that both the 4K Ultra HD titles and blank BD XL discs are still quite expensive, backing up the 4K Ultra HD movies to regular BD-50 and BD-25 discs seems to be much more pragmatic and economical.
Luckily, now DVDFab officially introduces the world's first Ultra HD copy software, the DVDFab UHD Copy. This 4K UHD backup tool allows users to copy the main movie title of an unprotected 4K Ultra HD movie off the original disc, shrink the content down to a smaller size, and then burn it onto blank BD-50 and BD-25 discs, or output to computer hard disk drive saved as ISO files or folders.
Preserve the HDR10 and Dolby Vision Video Quality
HDR10 and Dolby Vision are the most recent breakthroughs in the film and TV industries which bring the video image quality of Blu-ray movies up to the next level. However, from the technical perspective, HDR10 and Dolby Vision are two formats of the same thing, both are capable of boosting the brightness of highlights and allow for more natural color.
The best video quality can only be achieved when the HDR10/Dolby Vision compatible displays are met with HDR10/Dolby Vision contents. This is also why this UHD copy software is empowered in the first place with the capacity of retaining the HDR10/Dolby Vision image quality of the 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, despite shrinking the huge contents from an average of 70GB down to a size smaller enough for a regular blank BD-50 or BD-25 disc to accommodate.
CUDA and IQS Make the 4K Acceleration Possible
Due to the massive data processing requirement, compressing even only the main movie title of a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray can take more than 20 hours. However, if computers are equipped with the video cards that are capable of 4K HEVC 10-bit decoding and encoding, such as the Pascal and GeForce GTX 10 Series and above from NVIDIA, and the HD series from the Kaby Lake processor series and above of Intel, then the compressing process can be decreased theoretically to around 1 hour, even less. This lightning fast processing ability can be attractive to consumers. As a matter of fact, optimizing the software to take the advantage of the latest hardware acceleration capability has been a practice with DVDFab for many years.
The detailed information on this 4K UHD copy software is available at https://www.dvdfab.cn/uhd-copy.htm