Far more than a single media converter, Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac integrates a best blu-ray ripper, a dvd ripper and a video converter to help you play Blu-rays, DVDs and videos anywhere.
With it, BD/DVD disc backup from disc drive to Mac computer hard drive would no longer be impossible. One click and original file structure with same video quality, multiple audio streams and subtitles are preserved. As an all-in-one toolkit, this app lets you convert virtually any videos including M2TS, MTS, TS, HD H.264/MPEG4 AVC.FLV, AVI, WMV, etc., as well as BD/DVD movies to any format you want to fit your mobile devices such as iPhone 5, new iPad, and Apple TV 3.
In addition, it supports native codecs like Apple Intermediate Codec, ProRes, DNxHD to convert standard and HD digital videos to one optimized format for FCP, iMovie, Adobe Premiere in fast speed with the help of Multi cores technology available. Basically you could effortlessly achieve all your multimedia demands on Mac with Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac and enjoy BD/DVD/video/audio anywhere and anytime you like.
- Watch your favorite Blu-ray/DVD movies and videos on iPhone, iPad, and iPod
- Preserve high video quality using native codecs for Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Adobe Premiere and more
- Backup 100% intact Blu-ray/DVD movie to Mac without extras
- Supports 140+ video and audio formats for video/DVD converting
- Do it all – full disc copy, rip BD & DVD, convert and edit video & audio
Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7 Lion, Snow Leopard10.6, Leopard 10.5
Size: 32.1 MB
Far more than a single media converter, Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac integrates a best blu-ray ripper, a dvd ripper and a video converter to help you play Blu-rays, DVDs and videos anywhere.
Support universal media players and devices
iMedia Converter for Mac helps you convert video, Blu-ray and DVD movies to iPad, iPod Touch 4, iPhone, PS3, Xbox 360, Droid X, etc. for well playback. Besides the above mentioned devices, it also supports output files for Samsung Galaxy Tab, WD TV, Apple TV/ATV 2/ ATV 3, Media Server, NAS, Zune, Archos, PSP, Blackberry, Nexus One, HTC Droid, HTC Desire HD, Desire Z, Samsung Galaxy S, and more.
Special focus on High-definition videos
High-definition videos can be compressed to common video or re-coded into other formats retaining HD quality. What's more, deinterlacing facility is provided for eliminating the interlacing lines of HD footage taken with cameras/camcorders.
Full support for recorded TiVo shows
The iMedia Converter for Mac is capable of restoring *.tivo files to lossless *.mpg or *.ts files, trimming out commercials and trans-coding the *.tivo files to *.ts, *.mov, *.vob, *.mpg, *.avi, etc. for burning HD DVD, Blu-ray or DVD.
Convert animated images to video files at ease
With iMedia Converter you will have more fun with animated pictures (GIF image) by converting them to short video files.
Super high conversion speed
Its advanced encoding technology accelerates the conversion speed to great extent. With Pavtube iMedia Converter, you can convert videos, DVDs, Blu-rays much faster than other similar tools.
Multi-task operation and batch conversion
The iMedia Converter for Mac is multi-task based and supports batch conversion, this means you can load in videos, DVD and Blu-ray movies to convert at one time.
Ability to merge files together and trim out unwanted clips
With "Merge into one file" function, video clips, DVD and Blu-ray movies can be merged into one file when it is necessary. With "Trim" function, you can easily cut the selected file to any length and get rid of commercials, titles, header, trailer, etc.
Capture still images as you wish
The iMedia Converter for Mac not only lets you preview the video, but also makes it easy enough for you to take snapshot- simply with one click. You may also change the images to favorable format at specified size.
Advanced audio and video sync technology
The iMedia Converter for Mac adopts advanced audio and video sync technology, and has improved audio video synchronization to perfect performace.
Multiple aspect ratios available
More than switching between 16: 9 and 4:3 aspect ratios, it allows you to set the video to desired value to fit for the screen of your devices and meet your special demands.
Various watermarks options
The program supports different watermarks including text, image (including GIF), and video watermark.
Split selected video file
Using the Split function, you can split the selected video file into required video clips by specifying the clip quantity, duration time and file size.
When working with large files, a lot of time is consumed in producing the final video files. To avoid waiting around, you can tick off "Shut down computer after conversion".
3D Blu-ray movies, 2D Blu-ray movies, Blu-ray Folder, BD ISO Image File
DVDs, DVD Folder, DVD IFO File, DVD ISO Image File
Common video formats:
Note: iMedia Converter for Mac does not support ISO output.
Convert to Avid codecs was definitely a plus
I have to say your product seems very good, and as a professional film editor its ability to convert to Avid codecs was definitely a plus
Pavtube's iMedia Converter for Mac is a dream come true to me!
I've been searching for more than a year of a way to convert and enjoy my huge DVD's and Blu-ray collection of movies and concerts. Finally my search has come to an end!! This software is so simple to use and gives me exactly what i was looking for. I'm saving and digitalizing my entire collection and now been able to put them on iTunes and watch them wirelessly on my Apple TV 2 with extraordinary quality of Audio (DD 5.1) and Video. (1280x720) I tried several softwares and I can tell you that NO ONE comes even close to the simpleness and great quality that Pavtubes softwares deliver. The time it takes to convert in this software is almost half that in other.
If you are like me that enjoy having everything organized and save memory space while keeping the original quality of your HD movies and videos then THIS IS WHAT YOU WERE LOOKING FOR! 12, February, 2012
It works great
Yes, we're using it to convert mxf files taken off a P2 video card - and it works great - love it! We were using iSkysoft iMedia Converter for everything, but it didn't do MXF files, so we had to find you - thanks again. 2, June, 2011
MAKES MY LIFE MUCH EASIER
I HAVE USED OTHER CONVERSION SOFTWARE BUT NOT ONE THAT CONVERTS THE RAW XMF FILE TO A STANDARD PLAYBACK FILE. SO FAR I AM VERY IMPRESSED AND GLAD I FOUND THIS SOFTWARE. IT’S VERY EASY TO USE AND MAKES MY LIFE MUCH EASIER. 27, April, 2010
Pavtube makes great products I believe
I heard about Pavtube by researching online also i seen a few Videos on Youtube , Pavtube makes great products I believe, I already purchased iMedia Converter, and also Pavtube Blu-ray converter. I was using RER Video Converter which worked great , but if I had to compare the two I would say that Pavtube is 10 times better than RER Video Converter , It is much simpler to use, and a ot faster. I usually use the format HD - H.264 (.mov), I really like the quality of that format. 30, March, 2010
I can now watch everything on my apple TV
I Love This Product because I have been able to convert my whole entire movie collection including my Blu-rays to itunes, which I can now watch everything on my apple TV. It’s great. 24, March, 2010
Intergated and easy-to-use program
The software worked on the blu-ray I tried – which was great – it is fantastic to have one integrated program that can convert blu-rays instead of having to use multiple programs to convert then transcode into the format you want. Thanks for having a Mac Version. It is easy enough to use for conversion – simply select the output type and off you go. 14, May, 2010
Fast conversion speed
I tried converting a Blu-ray copied to my hard drive (it was 38GB), and it worked fine. I bought a new computer for faster conversion, and now I can convert a Blu-ray movie in about 2.5 hours! 27, June, 2010
Creates iPhone 4 video with high quality
I convert Avatar to the new iPhone 4 at 720P and the picture quality is spellbinding. Everyone that has seen it says "Good God". One other thing, I have the Samsung SP-H03 micro projector. It runs the Avatar iPhone4 movies in 720P from a microSD card in the unit and that is pure eye candy. I tell you this so you know that you can master movies for this unit and use the iPhone 4 format. 4, July, 2010
Backs up BR and DVD to media center
I’ve not used it much yet...this is the 1st ALLinONE (nice logo!...:-) ) I've seen...Cool!. I like to use the MKV and AVI formats with the highest resolution possible. I will be using it for backing up my BR/DVD to my home entertainment center (LG 55 inch LCD), which can then be used directly from my TV menu. I will let you know when I start playing with it more...so far it seems to be a very nice little program. 27, July, 2010
Convert Blu-ray movie to MKV at 1080p or 720p
My main use of the program is to convert my Blu-ray collection to the MKV format which your program does very well. I notice that MKVs are available on the net from settings 720p or 1080p. I have some MKV files that were not created in your software program, unfortunately, on playback they are very jerky on my Samsung TV. However, I'm pleased to confirm that if I recompile them in your software they play perfect. While I have this opportunity I would like to confirm how happy I am with your product. 10, August, 2010
Q:I have tried to install the latest version of "iMedia Converter for Mac" to my iMac G5 24inch/2.4GHz Core2Duo (4GB memory) OSX 10.5.8/Japanese, however the installer says something like:
The installer could not install some files in "/Applications". Contact the software manufacturer for assistance.
How can I treat this?
A: Pavtube has been updated to support the coming Mac Mountain Lion system. This new pkg file may have problem to install on Mac OSX 10.5.8. If you have this problem pls download the special installation file for Mac OSX 10.5.8 from below link.
Further question, you can contact email@example.com.
A: A trail version converts videos with watermark (the logo of Pavtube) on the screen and asks if you would like to purchase at each run, while a retail version allows you to use freely without putting on watermark.Q:I want to use your Pavtube to convert my blu-ray, but I have no external Blu-ray drive.
Can you recommend me an external Blu-ray drive for Mac or Windows?
A: Yes. We would like to recommend you several Mac or Windows compatible external Blu-ray drives available from Amazon.
For Mac external Blu-ray drive recommendation please see here.
For Windows external Blu-ray drive recommendation please see here.
A: A trail version converts videos with watermark (the logo of Pavtube) on the screen and asks if you would like to purchase at each run, while a retail version allows you to use freely without putting on watermark. Besides, the trail version allows you to use 'Disk Copy' option for three times only.Q: I just purchased Pavtube (so I have the latest version). I am using it to convert my camera video files into a format that is compatible with Final Cut Pro for video editing. But none of the FCP formats seem to work. The conversion takes place but I only get an audio file and no video. Final Cut Pro (nor any other program) cannot open these files. Converting the video files to other formats i.e. Quicktime HD, works perfectly well, but none of the "Final Cut Pro" presets do. Is there something I'm missing or is there a bug in the program?
A: To convert correctly with Final Cut Pro output formats it is required your computer must be installed with FCP, otherwise there will only be audio without video in the generated file.
Q: Trying to convert MXF files from Canon XF300, the below error messages come up.
"There are 1 MXF files without source audio files. Please put the relative source audio files to the same directory with the MXF videos, or to the relative Audio folder, and import the MXF video files again.The mentioned MXF video files: If the converted files are abnormalities of voice sound , please contact the customer support."
There are no more files that I can add and all files are in teh same directory with mxf same results with no sound form hard disk after import through canon xf utility or straight from CF card.
A: This problem has been fixed in latest release on March 19, 2012，pls make sure you are using the latest version. If not, pls download the update from your pavtube account or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a download link of update.Q: My videos were recorded by my HD camcorder, there are many stripes and noises on the picture after conversion, why should this happen?
A: Some footages are taken under interlacing mode, and this lead to stripes and lines on the screen. To eliminate the lines, you may follow 'Edit' menu-> 'Effect' tab and check 'Deinterlacing' box before conversion. As to the noise, when you apply the special effect mode "Simple Gauss Blur" from the drop-down list, the noise will be reduced greatly.Q: My widescreen movies (16x9) aren't staying widescreen after conversion. I don't want the video to be stretched and made taller. What can I do?
A: Click 'Settings' button and set the Video Size to 1920*1080/ 1280*720/ 960*540 etc before converting the movie.Q: How to play the ripped Blu-ray M2TS files after I choose "Directly Copy" format and get M2TS file?
A: VLC player and KMplayer can play M2TS file.Q: Can I copy the whole DVD into a Video_TS folder? Which profile should I choose?
A: One click on the Disk Copy button is all you need to copy the DVD into standard Video_TS folder. The entire content on the DVD will be copied to your hard drive in the shortest time with this option.Q: I am trying to backup my blu-ray disc to hard drive. What format should I choose to maintain best quality?
A: You are suggested to try Disk Copy button. It enables you to back up the disc bit-to-bit with shortest time and flawless quality.Q: I have just downloaded the new update for the software, do I need to uninstall my older version prior installing the new one or I just install the new application on top of the old one. Please advice.
A: You are encouraged to uninstall the older version in the first place. However, you might also install the new update on top of the older version.Q: I have purchased the software but it won't take the code I have. What should I do?
A: Please remove the trial version and then download the retail version from your registration download link. Install the retail version, copy and paste your registration code to the register field. Notice that you should not leave any space before the code.Q: How can I set the output file name?
A: Please find the column named 'Destination File' on file list. Double click the output name and then you can type in desired output file name.Q: I'd like to eliminate black bars (edges) from the movie, what should I do?
A: Click 'Edit' button to enter into the edit panel and switch to the Crop tab, then just drag the dashed frame on the video screen of the original preview window to cut off the unwanted parts to get the right aspect ratio you need.Q: A disk I was testing had over 100 files in the folder and it was a pain to just select the two files I wanted. Is there any way for me to uncheck all the files that are pre-selected?
A: Right-click on file list area to select "Check all" and "Uncheck all". Or check/ uncheck the small box in file information bar (next to "Name")Q: I am trying to capture a still picture from a video clip to use as a song background. Is it possible?
A: Yes. You can double-click the file and preview it with the app, under the preview window there is a 'Snapshoot' button. Click the button when it plays to the frame you would like to capture. And you can locate the thumbnails by clicking the 'Open' button next to 'Snapshoot' button.
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2.7.0Mar 03, 2014
1. Support latest BD and DVD
2. update Mac pkg and dmg install packages simultaneously
3. Fixed some known bugs
2.6.0Nov 12, 2013
1. Fixed crash issue of Video Player Component on Mac 10.9
2. Fixed the crash issue of Video Editor Component on Mac 10.9
3. Fixed the issue that last location cannot be remembered
4. Corrected the default locations to the right directories instead of Document.
188.8.131.5240Sep 17, 2013
1. New features
* Added bug report feature. (Help> Bug Report)
* Added 3D profiles in Format menu. (Side-by-Side, Top-Bottom, or Anaglyph 3D in MKV/MP4/MOV/WMV/AVI)
* Optimized video codec for Kindle Fire formats
* Removed the feature to estimate output file size
* Choosing main title for DVD/BD by default/ full disc copying without choosing root title manually.
* Fixed some known bugs
3. User Interface changes
* Removed angle option
* Removed 3D effects from Video Editor Window
184.108.40.20627Jul 16, 2013
1. Support adding *.srt and *.ass subtitle
2. Direct copy titles from BD and DVD
3. Support latest BD and DVD
4. Support Fraps AVI videos
5. Support XAVC MXF files
1. Removed file mode
2. Changed default output name to "disc name_titlexxxx"
3. Removed Streaming Server
4. Other operational functionalities optimization, such as seek, interlace detecting, etc.
1. Optimized Main Interface color
2. Added "Get Starting" notification at program starting
3. Removed Angle selection
4. Removed CUDA/AMD icon from main interface
5. Optimized trial notice window while clicking Convert button
1. Added video bit rate options for Avid DNxHD format
2. Other bugs fixing
220.127.116.1118May 23, 2013
Fixed video-audio sync issues
Supports latest Blu-ray discs
Fixed the main title detecting issues for DVDs
Add more output formats for Mobile Devices
2.2.2Jan 21, 2013
- Fixed improper conversion issue with Kindle Fire profile.
- Fixed failure for importing certain MOD files.
- Fixed preview and conversion error with MKV files containing 10-bit subtitles
- Fixed some freezing and crashing issues with Panasonic P2 MXF files.
- Included Pavtube Streaming Server as a new feature.
2.2.1Nov 28, 2012
- Improved stability and optimized media player.
- Enhanced DVD loading and analyzing process.
- Fixed some bugs.
2.2.1Sep 26, 2012
- Fixed crashing issues on OS X 10.5.
- Fixed freezing issues.
2.2.0Aug 26, 2012
- Added 16 new profiles for recent devices and HD media players.
- Fixed BDMV import failure that occurs with OS X 10.8. Users now can import AVCHD folder to the software by drag and drop operation.
- Fixed BD ISO import failure when loading from remote address.
- Fixed malfunction issues with Blu-ray forced subtitles.
- Some other bugs fixed.
2.1.3Jul 18, 2012
- Fixed the improper processing of Crop feature.
- Some other bug fixes and spell-checking.