Description: With the correct blu-ray ripper in hand, you can complete the conversion to any format you need and play on any devices you want.
Copying (or ripping) a Blu-ray to the suitable format for my house's two Kindle Fire, one Nexus 7 and the Roku 3 connected to the TV is actually extremely easy, with the correct tools! Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper is such the correct tool that recommended by a buddy at work. After he showed me how to use it and it feature, I was hooked.
The advantage of the converter is the different media formats and customization in addition to the "force subtitle" option. I have tested DVDfab and MakeMKV in the past. In comparison, DVDfab was not as easy to use as Pavtube and MakeMKV did not have any of the features as Pavtube.
To get started you need to download and install Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper:
Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Windows
Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac
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Once Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper is installed, load it up and click the load file icon:
Next is choosing corresponding output format for playback on Kindle Fire, Nexus 7 and Roku 3 under "Format" bar.
For Kindle Fire: Format > Android > Amazon Kindle Fire HD H.264(*.mp4)
For Nexus 7: Format > Android >Google Nexus 7 H.264 Video(*.mp4)
For Roku 3: Although Pavtube do not have a specific profile for it, but the Format > Common Video > H.264 Video(*.mp4) is also suitable for it.
You can also choose the corresponded profile for your own devices. Pavtube supports hundreds phones and tablets like iPhone, iPad, Nokia, Samsung, etc.
As an optional step you can adjust the video encoder, frame rate, resolution, etc according to your own needs. For my own experience, I feel that the original settings play perfect.
Note: If you have the same needs as mine: force subtitle, just choose the language of subtitles and then check the "Forced subtitle".
The final step need to do is click the "Convert" button to start the conversion for Blu-ray to the format that can be played on devices. For convert a Blu-ray movie, the conversion time may be a little longer. Just wait for the conversion process to get done.
That's it! You have created the videos can be played on the device like Kindle Fire, Nexus, etc with no issue what so ever.
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