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Tipard Blu-ray Converter Giveaway

Giveaway of the day — Tipard Blu-ray Converter

Tipard Blu-ray Converter converts Blu-ray disc or Blu-ray m2ts files to DivX, MP4, AVI, 3GP, MPEG, FLV, etc. and HD formats.
User rating: 493 (57%) 376 (43%) 34 comments

Tipard Blu-ray Converter was available as a giveaway on March 7, 2013!

Today Giveaway of the Day
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Tipard Blu-ray Converter is all-in-one Blu-ray ripping software, which is capable of ripping Blu-ray/DVD and converting videos to nearly all popular video formats, like AVI, XviD, DivX, H.264, MP4, 3GP, MKV, WMV, RM, FLV, MOV, MVI, F4V, WebM, VOB, HD, etc with no quality loss. Besides, you can extract audio from Blu-ray, DVD and video files and convert them to other popular audio formats, like MP3, FLAC, WMA, WAV, ACC, OGG, etc.
Apart from powerful file converting function, Tipard Blu-ray Converter is endowed with almighty editing capability. Moreover, it is compatible with mainstream portable devices, like Samsung Galaxy Note/SIII, HTC One X, iPhone 5, iPad 4, Microsoft Surface, etc.


  • Rip Blu-ray/DVD Disc, Folder, IFO files to various video/audio formats.
  • Convert videos to all popular formats: AVI, XviD, DivX, H.264, MP4, MKV, WMV, RM, FLV, MOV, MVI, F4V, WebM, VOB,etc.
  • More editing functions: adjusting video effect, trimming video clips, cropping screen size, adding watermark, renaming output file, preview and snapshot video screen.
  • 6 X faster than previous version with the adoption of NVIDIA CUDA, AMD APP Acceleration technology and multi-core CPUs.
  • Highly compatible with iPad (iPad 4, iPad mini), iPhone (iPhone 5), iPod, Google Nexus, Nokia Lumia, Galaxy S3/Note 2, Surface, HTC.

only for Giveaway of the Day users, Tipard specially provides a 50% off coupon: TIPAFO (Mar. 07th – Mar. 25th, 2013), and users can purchase any Tipard software products at 50% off discount. Of course, the bargain-priced products are no exception.

System Requirements:

Windows XP (SP2 or later), Vista, 7, 8; 1.2GHz Intel or AMD CPU, or above; 1G RAM or more





File Size:

31.8 MB



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not bad but after 2 hrs trying to convert a movie into HD 1080 I gave up

Reply   |   Comment by Tobit  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

It grabbed my attention that the software could do more than just Blu-ray (please change the name for something that reflects more about this program) including ripping dvd and converting formats. Since I'm currently ripping some of my dvds to the computer. So far I have only tried the dvd but haven't the other options, still it's good to have 2 or 3 programs in case one doesn't work.

Reply   |   Comment by victorintelr  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

i dont know it is not only for blueray. but after installed this for fun, i discovered something new. its not only for blueray! something misunderstood here..

Reply   |   Comment by tamby chik  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

For the few people who are making such a big deal about "what copy protections this bypasses," most companies that produce this type of software do NOT itemize this. That's because:

1. End users typically don't understand it, and it just confuses them.

2. Publicizing such details makes these companies vulnerable to the copy protection companies.

3. It gives their competitors a roadmap.

Bottom line, this isn't a constructive line of questioning since it isn't standard inforation for this industry segment. The real question is, does the software work on the discs that YOU want it to? If so, it is precisely what you need. Most people will be better off simply trying the software and seeing how it works with their specific configuration and needs.

Like all GAOTD offerings, better to install it while it is no cost, then you can evaluate it yourself and use it later at your convenience.

Reply   |   Comment by William  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Regarding DRM, FWIW I was able to convert a Disney DVD, which most converters can't do.

Reply   |   Comment by Socks  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Installed & Registered A-OK on Vista Home Prem., X64. BTW, this is version 6.3.38.


Reply   |   Comment by G  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#22 Turn off your virus checker,if that doesnt work try installing in safe mode

Reply   |   Comment by dee  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Update as movie is playing: WHEN the picture quality is good, which is most of the time, it is extremely sharp and clear, much better than the quality through the Freemake converter. There are, however, moments of pixelly weirdness. And, sad to say, the audio lost its since after a time and has gotten more and more (and more) out of sync the longer the movie plays. Hmmmmmm...

Reply   |   Comment by rmg  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

#22 Lori, you've got to run the program "Setup.exe" that is located inside the zip file, and "Setup.exe" extracts the program from another file who's name I cannot remember. It's the same with all GAOTD offers.

Reply   |   Comment by James K  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I downloaded & installed. It installed smoothly & registered well. Tipard seems to have good stable software BUT this is not a stability issue it's more of a misrepresentation of options, 2 in particular that I see so far. When I go to tools>preferences> GPU Options they are greyed out, not available, they are NVIDI/CUDA & AMD/APP. If it was an active option it could have sppeded up the work by maybe 50%. Why is it disabled?

Reply   |   Comment by StanFi  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Not realizing that converting movies to view on the Kindle Fire HD was going to be such a major pain in the neck, I passed on the earlier video converters. Big mistake! Trying to do this using freebie software Freemake has been a frustrating experience and successful only after many hours of Internet sleuthing to get the right output settings. So I, for one, am very appreciative of today's offer!!

Tipard contains preferred settings for the Kindle Fire under the Android tab for one-click convenience (hallelujah!). I won't jump straight to 6x faster conversion--not even close--as it is taking about 80% of the actual play length to make the conversion on a DVD currently inserted in the drive. Freemake takes at least 1:1, if not even a bit longer. A really nice feature, though, is that Tipard estimates how much time is left so you know how long you can go off and do something else while the movie converts.

Picture and sound quality were outstanding (I have only done one movie at this point)on the default Kindle Fire settings.

I did not have the issue with highjacking the webcam (#8).

Thanks for this offering today. For Kindle Fire HD users, it's a winner!

Reply   |   Comment by rmg  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

@#15 mandrakeman

I'm sure I've seen that comment somewhere before....

... and will again

Reply   |   Comment by Simples  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I have tried multiple times to get this installed on my system. Every time I do, it tells me files corrupted, try again. Yet I am able to access the zip file, and it will go through extracting BUT NO PROGRAM INSTALLS. This is the 3rd program I've downloaded from GOTD that has done this. I'm about to say screw it all.

Reply   |   Comment by Lori  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-8)

Giovanni, as always your posting is useful and informative.

Reply   |   Comment by Joe Hone  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

I suspect the "coyness" about DRM protection is due to US law which, if my understanding is correct, makes it a crime to defeat such protections under certain circumstances. It's one thing to "copy a DVD" which isn't always specifically illegal and perhaps another to say it can defeat "XYZ DRM" which might well be deemed illegal in some cases in some places. If this is so, the complaint is properly with the daft idiocy of all lawmakers who think the world is a better place if those who purchase data are unable to use what they have purchased, and not this company's lawyers who might well have advised against making specific claims to do things which might be considered illegal by some people in some circumstances in some places at some times.

The publishers who use DRM and the laws that enable them to do so are designed to PREVENT doing what many who own DVDs (containing any sort of data at all) wish to do, make a copy which is as good as the original in case the original is lost or damaged (which happens). This software obviously is designed to do just that. It gets legally very fuzzy because most data can be copied legally in most cases and all data can be copied legally in some cases but there is some data which cannot legally be copied in some cases in some places, creating a situation where the user really needs a supreme court reference to know for sure if the "click" he's about to make on the "copy" command is "lawful" or not.

As for exactly what this software can or can't deal with, I'm surprised that no one seems to know. Has no one actually TESTED it on a variety of different formats to find out?

When I Google this, this first hit is:


which site states:

"This Blu-ray ripper can help you remove various copy protections from your BD disc, such as AACS, BD+, MKB V18, MKB V19, MKB V20 and the newly released MKB V25."

I haven't checked those claims since I don't even have a Bly-ray disk drive on which to test them but at least the folks at HotSoft Reviews claim to have tested it and claim that's what it can do.

Perhaps I should check with a lawyer before clicking on "submit." Just possibly the act of quoting that information is a criminal act of the same sort as supplying burglary tools. However if the burglar is yourself, the site of the break-in is your own computer, and the stolen goods consist of data you've bought and paid for, it's understandable that few people would consider the act immoral, unethical, or in any way improper. The fact that it is sometimes ILLEGAL to do that is what strikes many as immoral, unethical and exceedingly improper.


Reply   |   Comment by Doug Thompson  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+31)

I agree with #12 Slyxie. Got tired of getting same type of software offering so I switched to Bitsdujour most days. Got some nice software downloaded too, like Page Four, Sitespinner, Project Sigma, Smart Diary Suite.
Point is, can we have some software more suited to the average home Diana or office Joe; like addressbooks, facetime similar, filofax software, even once in a while a good recipe software.
That way, I will actually like to hoot about GOTD on facebook once in a while! Because I like!

Reply   |   Comment by Amy  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)

will this work for 3d blu-ray also?


Reply   |   Comment by patrocle  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

Re #12, BitsDuJour and Giveawaoftheday have different business models. Giveawayoftheday only gives away software. BitsDuJour also sells software, be it with large discounts.

So, BDJ can be more lient than GAOTD with respect to re-installing giveaways. But they offer quite often the same software, like recently Sticky Password.

Reply   |   Comment by gergn  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

#1: "Cons *Can bypass DRM protection but developer is not very clear as to exactly what type of DRM protection can be bypassed"

#4: "The website mentions “automatic deciphering”, but no list is given of which ciphers are supported. If the tool doesn’t support BD and BD+, then it is of a very limited usage. If Tipard is listening here, please specify your supported encryptions."

The 2 biggest names in this sort of software, DVDFab & AnyDVD don't publish specifics -- when they have an update they'll just say it handles a new type of protection that had just been found. If you read Ashraf's writeup of DVDFab HD Decryptor you'll see a list of the basic stuff, e.g. AACS, but there's no mention on which AACS versions nor Java-based protections etc.

There are several methods of DRM which remain nameless, at least among those not working with, implementing it in the studios -- it's rare to see stuff like Cinavia, which is made by a 3rd party & advertises to sell their tech. Knowing the name for a particular method of DRM is also IMHO pretty useless for the consumer -- the average person isn't going to research the Blu-Ray movie they just bought to find out what methods of DRM are used, then cross reference that with available software & so on... instead they're going to fire up whatever app they have & expect it to back up &/or convert the video. Besides, the DRM that's hardest to beat is the stuff that hasn't been seen yet, won't be found until some new disc comes out that no app can handle -- that's when you find out if the developers behind whatever apps are great, or not, depending on how long it takes them to update. In fact info on whatever DRM a particular disc uses is itself a bit rare -- Google on whatever new release to check it out yourself.

* * *

#11: "They should be at best claiming “Upto 6 X faster” as on systems without multiple cores and without a significntly high performance supported GPU will not see any significant if any performance increase over previous versions and the achieved performance increase will be incremental depeandant upoon input and output codecs used and the number of CPU/GPU cores processing can be efficiently shared across."

Quite right, TK. In fact the whole thing, the whole speed issue can get vastly complicated. The ffmpeg-based converters/rippers are normally pretty self-contained, but with other apps you have to worry about the decoders you've got installed [& working] in Windows -- on the down side are potential compatibility issues, & on the plus side are decoders that can use DXVA [GPU-based Direct X acceleration] or maybe better yet, Intel's Quick Sync via Virtu. Then you have any optional re-sizing of the video frames, which may or may not be separate from the encoder &/or the encoding app -- that can make a big difference on quality BTW, though giving encoders the full amount of data to work with, letting them do the re-size, may make for better or worse results. It can also have a big impact on speed. Re-sizing frames might use optimized code & the CPU, the CPU + DXVA, the CPU + CUDA or OpenCL GPU assist, or a combination of all those, yet for all that it might turn out to be lower quality &/or slower than using more traditional methods, e.g. the *old fashioned* regular code using only your CPU in something like VirtualDub. Then you get into the actual (re)encoding itself, which works pretty much the same way, & *Then*, you have GPU driver compatibility issues. Graphics card/chip driver versions can be critical, with something that works great becoming utter garbage with the next release, or vice versa, but there's also a mysterious *Luck* factor as well... People using what seem to be near identical PCs, not just the same model graphics cards, will report entirely different results using the same software & video files.

Personally I've found the option to use my ATI 6870 with any of the ffmpeg-based apps slows things down intolerably, that they're fast for reduced frame size AVC, but too slow for full-sized HD [1080p]. And BTW IMHO ffmpeg does lousy mpg2. I haven't had the chance to try the newer Kirara Encoder [ http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Kirara-Encoder ] which is said to be very fast, nor have I had the opportunity to put the newer versions of A's Video Converter through its paces [ http://www.videohelp.com/tools/As-Video-Converter ] -- A's VC now supports more than ATI GPUs, & a while back when I was doing a lot of 320x240 wmv it was shockingly fast [like a reported 600-700 fps!]. If you're looking for speed those 2 might be worth a try. For quality AVC/H.264 if you've got patience, there's a new version of the Simple x264 Launcher out [ http://www.videohelp.com/tools/Simple-x264-Launcher ] -- ffmpeg includes the x264 AVC encoder, but most ffmpeg-based apps don't give you access to its best quality settings. That said, where apps like Tipard Blu-ray Converter seem to really shine is importing video, e.g. from a BD, that with a great many alternatives will give you trouble like occasional dropped frames & audio out of sync -- Blu-Ray AVC doesn't have the time indexing a lot of apps need, so they can stumble.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+28)

I'll tell you what, #12 Slyxie hit it right on the button! There have been a lot of CD/DVD converter software that has been given away here lately! As well as picture enhancing software too! For several years now, I have been saying this in the forums, that there has been a lot of repetitious software given away here at GAOTD! How about mixing it up a bit and give away some computer utilities, or security software? That's something we could all use!

Reply   |   Comment by mandrakeman46  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)

ah,ah,ah,ah...LOL...Thanks MikeR for existing: you've just made my day!!

But how about the current USER RATING? Almost 70% THUMBS UP...hmmmm very high indeed...sounds fishy to me.....why??

Because if nobody still knows what kind of DRM protections this tool can really bypass (CSS, region code, RCE, Sony ArccOS, UOPs etc... ????), I can't see any reason to give it 70% THUMBS UP in a blink of an eye....woh!!! How many Darnell gave this GAOTD a THUMBS UP??? LOL!!


* DVDFab HD Decrypter

* (Portable) Bluray Decrypter 2.1.00
It removes almost any copy protection from Blu-rays (AACS) so that you can copy your blu-ray movies to your HD without losing quality.
Can also keep the Blu-ray folder structure, original 1080p video, original menu, as well as the original audio/subtitle tracks.


* DAPlayer
Breakthrough Blu-ray DVD HD videos playback for playing high-definition videos, like Bluray, AVCHD, TS, MKV, MPEG4, H264 video formats. Supports any commercial and homemade Bluray multi-track video/audio and subtitles, and can also be used to decrypt and backup blu-ray movies (compatible with BD+ and AACS protected Bluray) so as to play them from your hard disk and even from your virtual driver.


If you are not 100% sure whether or not your system is really capable of playing high-definition movies (Blu-ray Disc and Blu-ray 3D content), give this great free utility a whirl:


To convert it on any other format you like:


Then, if you want to extract the audio tracks from the converted movie, you can do that for FREE:


And finally, as far as VIDEO EDITING is concerned, besides terrific freeware like “Avidemux”, my today’s recommendation goes to this pretty unknown FREE app designed to perform advanced video editing tasks on blu-ray videos:



Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+96)

Weird, supports ipad, ipad 2, ipad 4 - nothing for ipad3?

Leaves me out on this one.

Reply   |   Comment by Stan  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-19)

Well on Todays offer I will pass as I can only have so many rippers and converters softwares on my computer. I have noticed through the past couple months approx a third of the downloads here are to do with rippers and converters and in the software world there is lot more to do than just rip movies and convert videos.

So on that note Thanks anyway GOTD and Tipard for todays download.

However I have found another site called Bitsdujour and they also give out free softwares like GOTD and they do it a little differently.
First of all sign up for a free account and if they are offering something you are interested in click on the ( I want Button) and they will get you the software full version for free and send you a serial key in your email to unlock the software.

The nice thing about the Key you can use it anytime to unlock the software but you will only be able to download the software for the day it is offered. You can use the key and software together and install it at a latter date if needed.

Another cool thing about Bitsdujour is under the free tab you get to see what free software is up and comming so you get to do a little research on the product and company if your interested in what is being offered.

Unfortunatlly today they are also offering a DVD Video suite as well but the next offer will be Debenu PDF Maximus Debenu PDF Maximus lets you automate PDF workflows, giving you the power to split/merge PDFs, convert images to PDF, apply watermarks, extract text and more

Reply   |   Comment by Slyxie  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+26)

the claim:

"•6 X faster than previous version with the adoption of NVIDIA CUDA, AMD APP Acceleration technology and multi-core CPUs."

Is impossible to achieve in all end user systems but the most optimised hardware configurations. They should be at best claiming "Upto 6 X faster" as on systems without multiple cores and without a significntly high performance supported GPU will not see any significant if any performance increase over previous versions and the achieved performance increase will be incremental depeandant upoon input and output codecs used and the number of CPU/GPU cores processing can be efficiently shared across.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+12)

The clue to me of someone associated with this product is:
"Tipard Blu-ray Converter is indispensible software to GAIN".
Maybe most of us would use to "get or obtain"?

Reply   |   Comment by Jorge  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)

Easy, painless installation on Windows 7 Pro x64.

I did a test conversion: a 700MB avi file to mp4.
Took about 8 minutes and the quality is very good.
The mp4 file is 1.13GB

Worth downloading IMHO, to try out. There are many free similar alternatives available. This give-away seems to do what it claims.

Reply   |   Comment by Johnny Cool  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)

wants accses to my webcam (why why why) stay away people stay away !!!

Reply   |   Comment by connan  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+50)

Wow.....thanks MikeR.....this is exactly the software I have been looking for! No more breakfast making for me!

Reply   |   Comment by Gerry  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+32)

Depressing yet not unknown where this particular developer is concerned: within a very short time of the Giveaway becoming available, a fake post appears on this thread @ #5 from the so-called 'Darnell' parrotting Tipard's own text. If fakers and spammers are to keep on drenching these comment columns with their drivel, would it be possible to have just a slightly better class of drivel? Something that shows that at least a bit of effort has been put into it?

Here, for the benefit of 'Darnell' and others of his / her / its ilk, is what you should be telling the rest of us:

You don't have to provide an email address when registering, which was great for me because I'm just a robot script without any address at all. My entirely independent, objective, and exhaustive test resulted as follows:


* Quickly balances the US budget;
* Saves the Euro from complete collapse;
* Instantly converts any car to run on corn oil;
* Supports everyone everywhere in the style to which they would become accustomed if only they were lucky enough to win the lottery;
* Runs well on water;
* Incredibly versatile: makes breakfast, does the shopping, replaces aluminum siding in the blink of an eye.

* Seems unable to bring people back from the dead, but an update may soon fix that;
* Hasn't helped me much with my spelling or grammar.

For me, Tipard Blu-ray Converter is an indispensable software, something I have truly waited for all my life, an answer to everything I have ever wished for and definitely the finest software in the entire world. Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!!

There. Hope that helps you, 'Darnell'.

As to this giveaway: thanks, GAOTD. But the sooner the fake posts start landing on here re a particular giveaway, the sooner I decide not to bother. Developers really ought to realize that though some folks will always accept something for nothing even if it means what brain cells they have are treated with contempt, many others would far rather prefer to trust a developer before trusting that developer's software anywhere near their computer.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+171)

It is easy to register without providing much info like email, name and so on. I like it very much. My test result is as follow:
* Easily rip Blu-ray and DVD to video and audio formats;
*Fast convert videos among all popular formats;
*Support latest devices: iPhone 5, iPad 4, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, Kindle Fire HD, etc.
*Run well and fulfill perfectly on Windows 8
*Versatile editing function with trim, crop, watermark, effect, etc.
*Wide-range output compatibility, including editing software, portable device, streaming-video sites, etc.

* It would be better if it can also add a function of downloading online videos.

For me, Tipard Blu-ray Converter is indispensible software to gain, especially, as giveaway gift. I will keep it. Thanks GOTD and Tipard.

Reply   |   Comment by Darnell  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-63)

The website mentions "automatic deciphering", but no list is given of which ciphers are supported.
If the tool doesn't support BD and BD+, then it is of a very limited usage.
If Tipard is listening here, please specify your supported encryptions.

Reply   |   Comment by Harry  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

To better use Tipard Blu-ray Converter, please read the simple operation guide displayed below:

Operation Guide:
Step 1: Download the installation Zip package
Step 2: Unzip the package to get Setup.exe and readme.txt files
Step 3: Read “readme” text for installation steps and registration info
Step 4: Follow the instructions to finish installation and registration

For more details or tutorials about Tipard Blu-ray Converter, please visit: http://www.tipard.com/blu-ray-converter.html

1. Please finish registration within 24 hours;
2. For GOTD users, Tipard specially provides a 50% off coupon: TIPAFO (valid from Mar 7th to Mar 25th), and you can gain any

product from Tipard (http://www.tipard.com)

Reply   |   Comment by Tipard Studio  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+34)

I think it proves the so-called “all-in-one” as described on the short introduction info. It attracts by dealing with conversion from Blu-ray/DVD and videos to video/audio formats still provide practical editing function.

Reply   |   Comment by Oscar  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-37)

*Rips Blu-rays, rips DVDs, and converts videos/audios
*Can bypass DRM protection
*Supports both SD and HD videos
*Supports batch processing
*Supports large number of input formats, output formats, and electronic devices
*Has basic editing capabilities
*Supports NVIDIA CUDA and AMD APP GPU acceleration

*Can bypass DRM protection but developer is not very clear as to exactly what type of DRM protection can be bypassed

Free Alternatives
DVDFab HD Decrypter (Blu-ray/DVD ripping)
Review of best free video converter for Windows (converting)

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Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf from dotTech  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+69)
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