Recently, Leawo Software unveiled an online sale with 50% off UHD/Blu-ray/DVD/Video Toolkit and other up to 91% discounts to celebrate the 2022 Summer Holiday.
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(Spin Digit Editorial):- Shenzhen, Guangdong Jul 14, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Summer Holiday is the Christmas in July. But it doesn’t mean that sales are also on the holiday. Fortunately, many retailers will introduce their ultimate mid-year discounts, and the NRF also predicts a 6-8% increase in summer sales in 2022. To help people have a prosperous holiday season, Leawo Software, a company specializing in multimedia solutions and data management software, just launched their 2022 Summer Holiday Giveaway & Specials, offering 50% off UHD/Blu-ray/DVD/Video Toolkit, up to 91% singles and bundles, 30% sitewide coupon, and Tunes Cleaner freebie. This promotion will be valid until July 31, 2022.
The travel industry is booming because of restricted lending. This means that labor shortages and supply chain issues will still affect most people for the foreseeable future. For those stuck at home, watching movies and TV shows will be the best way to kill the time. Therefore, the 50% off UHD/Blu-ray/DVD/Video Toolkit, including Prof. Media 11, CleverGet Video Downloader, and UHD Drive Tool, is the best deal in this event. For a limited time, this 12-in-1 bundle costs only $234.91, saving $234.94 in this event. Below are the details of this bundle.
- Media 11 – Consisting of Video Converter, DVD Ripper, DVD Creator, DVD Copy, Blu-ray Ripper, Blu-ray Copy, Blu-ray Creator, Blu-ray Cinavia Removal, UHD Ripper, and UHD Copy, this is a 10-in-1 ultimate media solution to convert videos, DVDs, Blu-rays, and 4K UHD Blu-rays, copy and rip DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray movies, remove Cinavia and other protections upon DVDs and Blu-rays, burn DVDs and Blu-rays from videos and images, edit videos, DVDs and Blu-rays, play Blu-rays, DVDs, and video files and so on.
- CleverGet Video Downloader – As an upgraded version of Leawo Video Downloader, CleverGet Video Downloader can download up to 8K videos, movies, TV shows, live stream videos, video clips, and music videos from 1000+ websites like YouTube, Twitter, Dailymotion, TikTok, and more. Plus, bundled with other modules, it can also download movies and TV shows from Netflix, HBO Max, Disney+, Amazon Prime, and other subscription-based services. Better yet, with multi-tasking, batch download, and hardware acceleration technology support, it helps users efficiently download videos 6X faster.
- UHD Drive Tool – This tool is created to address issues of firmware incompatibility on UHD drives, such as firmware on UHD drives preventing third-party UHD backup/ripping software tools from accessing 4K discs from the drive. Because of the support of internal 4K Blu-ray drives with SATA interface, external 4K Blu-ray drives and external USB drives, it is compatible with the vast majority of existing 4K UHD drives, like ASUS BC 12D2HT, LG BH16NS40, LG BP55EB40, Buffalo BRUHD-PU3-BK, and more. After the downgrade, the 4K UHD Blu-rays can be ripped, copied, and played smoothly.
About Leawo Software
Leawo Software is a multimedia software developer dedicated to providing practical and useful software products and services to worldwide media fans. Its products include PhotoIns, Blu-ray Player, Blu-ray Ripper, Blu-ray Copy, Blu-ray Creator, Music Recorder, Tunes Cleaner, iTransfer, iOSFix, etc. for both Win and Mac platforms.
More information at: https://www.leawo.org/
Leawo Software Co., Ltd.
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