Description: A brief guide to help your watch Blu-ray/dvd movies on iPad Mini (with Retina Display), Galaxy Tab & PS3 with perfect video/audio sync and best quality.
Shakespeare In Love: which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1999, looked really good on DVD and is spectacular on Blu-ray. With all the ornate costumes in the film, this one really benefits from having the increased resolution and detail. It's also a really clean-looking transfer with little in the way of film grain.
The Wizard of Oz: For the Blu-ray release, Warner Brothers remastered the film, scanning the negatives using 8K resolution. The final "capture" master was created in 4K resolution, which is twice the resolution of the master used for the DVD release. Though we're not keen on most 4:3 (non-wide-screen) Blu-rays, "The Wizard of Oz" has simply never looked better than it does here. After first offering only an Ultimate Collector's Edition of the film, you can now get an inexpensive standard special-edition version.
"I'm trying to build a library of our dvd /blu-ray discs so we can watch them from the PS3 without having to deal with the discs. Needed a program to back-up / rip the dvds. I rip them to play on PS3 but the kids have also watched on iPad &Samsung Galaxy Tab. What’s the best solution? "
You may use to copy hot Blu-ray/DVD like Star Wars, Shakespeare In Love, Pacific Rim, The Wizard of Oz, etc. to MKV files for playback using MakeMKV, but it’s not a good idea if you want to share Blu-ray/DVD movies with your family on portable devices, because MKV is not supported by most tablets and smart phones, such as iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy Tab. Also watching DVDs with PS3 make your discs easy to be scratched.
So how can we watch Blu-ray DVD movies on iPad Mini (Retina display), Samsung Galaxy Tab and PS3? What’s the best format to convert to? Can we finish all the tasks with one go?
Yes, backup all your Blu-ray/DVD collections with Pavtube Blu-ray/DVD Ripper! This is a professional ripping tool with very easy-to-use interface and has immense output format options; with this Blu-ray Ripper, you can easily backup your Blu-ray/DVDs to best MP4 file within a few clicks so that you can watch the HD movies on iPad Mini, Galaxy Tab and P3S smoothly.
Download a free trial version firstly (View 2013 Christmas Specials to earn 30% OFF coupons)
Mac version is also available; well support Mac OS X 10.9: Blu-ray/DVD Ripper for Mac
Tips: if you want to keep multiple audio tracks (languages) and free switch them during playback, try this ByteCopy / ByteCopy for Mac
How to playback Blu-ray/DVD movies on iPad Mini, Galaxy Tab & PS3?
Step 1. Load Blu-ray/DVD disc to this Blu-ray to PS3 Ripper.
Click the "Load Disc" icon to browser disc drive and load your Blu-ray/DVD Disc.
Step 2. Choose output format.
From the Format list, find "HD Video" catalog and get the optimized profile for your device. To preserve high video quality from original 1080p Blu-ray/DVD movie on PS3, iPad Mini, or Galaxy Tab in one go, you are suggested to select "H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)" for conversion.
Step 3. Customize movie settings and effect (Optional)
Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper, regarded as a professional disk ripping and editing tool, allows user to customize video and audio parameters, such as video code, audio codec, video size, video bitrate, frame rate, etc. to get better video and audio playback.
You can click "Settings" which is besides the "Format" to customize video bitrate, frame rate, size and other settings. If you want to trim, crop, edit audio, subtitles of the source video, just click the pencil-like icon on the top to enter video editor.
Step 4. Start conversion.
Double check above steps and you could start the Blu-ray/DVD to iPad Mini, Galaxy Tab & PS3 conversion. After it completed, you can click "Open" or "Open output folder" to locate the converted file.
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