Pixbyte Development SL today announced that DVD Ranger will be available for Ubuntu users, thus expanding the range of functionality. Starting today, if you want to burn DVD on Ubuntu, you can enjoy the best video quality using our DVD Ranger. Pixbyte Development SL today announced that DVD Ranger will be available for Ubuntu users, thus expanding the range of functionality. Already placed on the top positions of the DVD copying market, DVD Ranger needed an enhancement in order to be used on Ubuntu platforms, and we found the right tools to achieve that. Starting today, if you want to burn DVD on Ubuntu, you can enjoy the best video quality using our DVD Ranger.
Ubuntu is a computer OS which works on Linux. The free and open source software is available for the average user, under a strong African ideology – ‘humanity towards others’. Stability, ease of installation and excellent functionality are three qualities of Ubuntu. One of the main goals of our company is to provide individual users exceptional DVD copying software regardless their operating systems. We understand that every user has different needs, capabilities and choices. As a result, we made our best to provide effective and convenient DVD software solutions for everyone, and this is the day dedicated to Ubuntu users.
After weeks of research and development, the Pixbyte team has managed to optimize the DVD Ranger’s Commandline Utility in order to run on Ubuntu. The solution was simple yet highly effective – we implemented Wine into the core of DVD Ranger, obtaining the highest quality Copy DVD Ubuntu. Wine is a well-know software extension that allows Windows applications to run on Linux. Therefore, DVD Ranger was enhanced with this amazing tool and is now ready for all Ubuntu users. Here are few extra details for our current and future users regarding the Wine extension, the magic tool behind DVD Ranger’s new adaptation capabilities:
Wine is a software extension that allows Windows software to run on Linux.
The name of the extension derives from the recursive acronym Wine Is Not an Emulator. Created in 1993, the software remains the best option to run Windows applications on Linux. Based on a compatibility layer, Wine provides good stability and more with insignificant issues.
‘DVD Ranger runs excellent on Ubuntu with Wine’, said Ingo Foerster, the man behind Pixbyte Development SL. ‘ ‘ Wine is an excellent solution for adapting Windows applications on Linux, but users should know that there are certain items that Wine cannot replace in the Linux medium. When it comes to disk burning or special video processing, two complicated features of the DVD Ranger, users may experience few difficulties, but this is not a rule. Sometimes, in copy DVD Linux you should accept few weak points in order to enjoy a larger range of benefits such as the ones generously provided by our latest version of DVD Ranger.’