Downscale 4K Blu-rays to Standard Blu-ray Specification
Your home Blu-ray player or PC playback software cannot handle 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays? No need to bother! With DVDFab UHD to Blu-ray Converter, you can downscale and convert 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays to 1080p Blu-ray format, which strictly conforms to standard Blu-ray specifications, and thus, is compatible with all the non-4K Blu-ray playback devices and PC media players.
Convert HDR10 to SDR Better Than Official Blu-rays
To meet the standard Blu-ray specification, during the conversion process, the HDR10 contents will be converted to SDR (standard dynamic range) contents. However, in terms of video quality, you can barely tell a difference between the converted SDR video and the original HDR video, because our unique conversion engine manages to preserve most of the natural color details of the HDR10 contents on the original 4K Blu-rays, including its brightness, saturation, sharpness and vividness, etc.
Preserve the Original Lossless Audio Tracks
Serious audiophiles never compromise on audio quality, even not a little bit. To that end, this UHD to Blu-ray converter employs the most advanced algorithm to extract the lossless audio tracks from the original 4K Ultra HD Blu-rays, including Dolby Atmos, Dolby TrueHD, DTS-HD Master and DTS:X audios, etc. This is to say, when playing back the converted Blu-rays through your decent home acoustic system, it feels like you’re enjoying the movie in the best movie theatre in town.
Flexible Output Choices to HDDs or Blank Medium
Depending on how and where you want to watch the converted Blu-ray movie, this UHD to BD converter software offers flexible output options including BD50 1080p and BD25 1080p. No matter which to choose, you can save the final Blu-ray to your computer HDD as an ISO file or folder, or burn it to a blank BD50/BD25 discs.
Blazing Fast Conversion and Processing Speed
During the decoding stage, DVDFab 4K hardware acceleration technology, assuming your computer supports, can help shorten the decoding process dramatically. When it comes to the encoding stage, regular hardware accelerations, including CUDA, AMD APP and Intel Quick Sync, still can significantly improve the processing speed.