Leawo Software has unveiled the Prof. Media V18.104.22.168 with technically improved features for a smoother, faster, and better user experience. Downloading YouTube playlist and more frame rate options for output are both available.
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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Shenzhen, Guangdong Jul 14, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Leawo Software Co., Ltd: a professional multimedia solution that focuses on media processing and media dissemination, has released a new version of Prof. Media with advanced functions added and bugs fixed. As one of the top-ranked multimedia toolkits on the market, Leawo Prof. Media does a great job of processing multimedia files: download online videos and music; convert videos, DVDs, and 4K UHD Blu-rays; copy 4K UHD Blu-ray/DVD movies, and remove Cinavia and other protections; burn DVD/Blu-ray from videos and images; edit videos, DVDs, and Blu-rays; play Blu-ray, DVD and video files, and so on. Here are several major updates in this brand-new version below:
- Able to download videos in one YouTube playlist.
- Added 3 new frame rate options (50, 59.94, 60) in “Parameter Settings > Video > Frame Rate” for Convert module.
- Small optimizations on Blu-ray/DVD burning workflow.
- Small changes and improvements on the program interface.
- Fixed the bug that the last few seconds were cut off in DVD conversion.
- Fixed other known bugs.
The first thing worth mentioning for Leawo Prof. Media V22.214.171.124 is the Video Downloader module, from where people can download videos in one YouTube playlist and they can keep those videos with ease. Other improvements are embodied in the ability to add 50/59.94/60 fps options on the original basis as output frame rate. 60 fps provides smoother motion and is now widely used in some high-end HDTVs and especially in some games as well as action movies. Leawo has also improved the Blu-ray/DVD burning workflow with a prompt window to inform people whether the discs detected automatically are suitable. On top of that, Leawo polished the program interface up with more convenient operation and known bugs fixed. Given that users have reported the last few seconds were cut off in DVD conversion when using the previous version of Prof. Media, Leawo’s technical team has solved this problem perfectly and everyone can get a smoother user experience in the latest version.
Price and specials:
Leawo Prof. Media is available for both Windows 7/8/8.1/10 and macOS 10.13/10.14/10.115/11 users, providing free trial and registered versions to download. The trial version can be only used for 31 days and only 5-minute content can be processed, while people can use this program at will after registering it. Several purchase modes are provided by Leawo: single function module, 11 All-in-one Pack, BD/DVD Media Pack, and DVD Media Pack. Everyone can choose the desired pricing tag according to personal needs. The Prof. Media costs $169.95 for a 1-year license and $279.95 for a lifetime license normally, however, people can get 40% off Prof. Media 11 All-in-one Pack during Leawo’s 2021 Summer Holiday Promotion and save $111.98 at once for the lifetime license.
About Leawo Software: As one of the members of the Shenzhen Software Industry Association (SSIA), Leawo Software is a professional multimedia software developer that focuses on media dissemination and utility software based in Shenzhen, China, and founded in 2007. In the last decade, Leawo invested the time to develop a wide range of software, including Video series, Blu-ray series, Utility tools, and DVD series. Leawo holds monthly giveaways and specials promotions to provide free giveaway gifts and special offers with a hefty price cut.
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