Tip & How-To about Cell Phones
Blu-ray is now not new for people anymore, and movie lovers usually have a collection of Blu-ray movies on hand. To take advantage of these wonderful movie contents, users always have the needs of putting BD movies onto their portable devices for playback, like BlackBerry, iPod, iPhone, PSP or whatever else. Without luck, until now, these portable devices can not read Blu-ray files at all, so we have to use a third party software to help us remove the copyright protections and convert BD .m2ts files to the formats that can be supported by these players. Since lots of posts in the board have referred to Blu-ray playback issues on iPod, iPhone, and PSP, my thread here will focus on BlackBerry only, and tell you guys how to enjoy your Blu-rays on whatever series of BlackBerry you have, including Curve 8500, Tour 9630, Storm2 9550, Pearl 8800, etc.
What you will need:
A BD-ROM or BD-R/RE drive
Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper
Step 1: Launch Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper and load BD files
You can load Blu-ray files to this program via "DVD Rom", "DVD Folder" or "IFO/ISO".
Step 2: Select output format for BlackBerry and set save path
Click the pull down menu of "Format" to select an output format for your BlackBerry, in the format profile, there are lots of options, you can choose one according to the specifications of your smartphone.
Meanwhile, click the folder icon at the opposite side of "Output" to specify the destination folder for storing the output files, if not, the Blu-ray to BlackBerry Converter will export the generated files to the save path set by default automatically. No matter using your specified destination folder or the default save path, the output files can be found out via click "Open" button as soon as the conversion is finished. Furthermore, if you wanna combine multiple .m2ts files to be as a single file, you can achieve this goal via ticking the checkbox "Merge into one file".
Step 3: Adjust audio and video parameters
Click "Settings" button on the main interface, then you will be able to adjust audio and video parameters like codec name, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channels on the popup window.
Step 4: Click "Convert" button to start conversion
Step 5: Enjoy
At this point, you'll have fully functioning Blu-ray playback on your BlackBerry...
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