You're asking for a program that will do two things:
- Decrypt Blurays and save them as files on your computer
- Convert (re-encode) these files into a variety of different formats
I am not aware of any program that does BOTH of these things, and I am relatively confident that no such program exists. Instead, what you need are two programs: one for decryption, and one for encoding.
For step one, I recommend MakeMKV. While MakeMKV technically costs $50, it is free while in Beta, and it has been in "Beta" for more than five years, so you should be able to use it for free for the foreseeable future. Be sure to check their forums for the most-recent Beta key.
Of course, MakeMKV will only make, well, MKV's, which is where step 2 comes in: you need a second program--an encoder--to turn your raw MKV files into your preferred video format. I prefer to do this with a command line program called ffmpeg, but you probably want something with a GUI. Take a look at WinFF--it seems to still be under active development (unlike SUPER), has a very simple, streamlined interface (unlike FFmpegYAG), and supports all of the older/outdated formats you listed in your question (unlike Handbreak).