Aunsoft Multicore iMedia Converter for Mac combines a Multicore Mac Blu-ray Ripper and a Multicore Mac Video Converter to crack complicated Blu-ray/DVD encryption, full backup Blu-Ray/DVD to hard drive for enjoying on a HDTV set, HTPC, LCD Projector, or Home Theater. It also supports compress/rip Blu-ray/DVD movie to any other format with smaller size, convert common videos, HD camcorder videos (*.m2ts, *.mts, *.mod, *.tod, etc), TV shows (*.tivo, *.dvr-ms, *.tp, *.ts), flash videos (*.flv, *.f4v), etc to MOV, AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MPG, AAC, AC3, etc. And its perfect audio/audio sync, fast speed, excellent quality can let you satisfied.
And now with the latest Version of Multicore Mac iMedia Converter (also known as a Multicore Mac Video Converter + Multicore Mac Blu-ray Ripper) running on Mac Pro Multicore like quad-core, for decrypting/ripping/copying your Blu-ray/DVD, converting HD videos, you are sure to be amazed by multi-core (such as quad-core) Mac Pro simultaneously running to process the task, the speed is so fast and never happen a unexpected program freeze. Yes, as you see, the Aunsoft Multicore Mac iMedia Converter can perfectly run and take full advantage of multi-cores CPU, offering you a stable conversion in batches with super fast speed.
So from now on, if you are still looking for any Video and Audio converters out there that support multiple cores, if you want a multicore AVCHD Converter to take advantage of a quad-core CPU to convert m2ts/AVCHD files to other formats more quickly, if you wish a Blu-ray Ripper can fully use your multi-core like 4-core CPU to do Blu-ray conversion or backup, you will find AUNsoft iMedia Converter for Mac is the best choice.
Quad-Core Mac Pro comes with a 2.66 GHz Intel Xeon Nehalem processor, 3 GB of memory, 640 GB hard drive and Nvidia GeForce GT 120 graphics. Eight-Core Mac Pro (*Est. $3,300 and up) owns two 2.26 GHz processors, 6 GB memory and a 640 GB hard drive. Between the two, reviewers say the Quad-Core Mac Pro is preferable for most computing tasks. Video editors might want to go with the 8-Core version, but the Quad-Core Mac Pro posts faster times in Photoshop, iMovie and 3-D game tests. If you plan to do gaming or 3-D work, you’d better spend $200 to upgrade the Mac Pro with Radeon HD 4870 graphics.
Apple Mac Pro 2.6GHz Quad-core Computer at a Glance:
* The "Nehalem" processor advantage
* Turbo boost gives you power when - and where - you need it
* Video performance - it's in the cards
* Plenty of front and back I/O
* Supports dual displays, expandable to support up to eight
* Massive storage
* Expansion made easy
* 64-bit Leopard power