Tip & How-To about Car Audio & Video
Wanna watch BD movies in your car, and yet only have a Pioneer DVD player set up in your car? Actually, as long as you are willing to do it, you can totally make a breakthrough on your current situations. As you know, Pioneer AV Receivers enable users to enjoy cinema-like video playback from DVDs or an iPod, which means the right workaround for you to watch Blu-ray movies in your car is transferring your BD files to either a DVD, or iPod videos. Since burning to another DVD is a bit troublesome, and then converting BD movies to iPod videos is a good compromise. Well, the following contents will detail the whole process for you.
What you will need:
- A Pioneer DVD Player installed in your car
- An iPod
- Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper
- A PC, of course, with a built-in BD drive or an external BD drive
What can Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper do for you?
Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper is a professional utility to rip both Blu-ray discs and general DVDs to your wanted HD or SD media formats, for playback on your iPod, iPhone, PSP, Apple TV, etc.
With full Blu-ray disc support, Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper is able to remove copyright protections of your BD disc, no matter BD+, or AACS, even MKB Version > 10 is supported as well. With advanced audio technology, it is capable of reading all audio tracks of a BD disc, including Dolby TureHD Audio and DTS-HD Master Audio, which will never let you miss the mother tongue of the movie.
Firstly, insert your Blu-ray disc to the drive, and then launch Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper.
Step 1: Load BD files
There are three ways to import Blu-ray movies to this program, through "DVD Rom", "DVD Folder" or "IFO/ISO".
Step 2: Select output format for iPod, and set destination folder
Click the pull down menu of "Format" to select the output format according to the specifications of your iPod. Meanwhile, click the folder icon at the end of "Output" to specify where to locate the converted files.
Step 3: Adjust audio and video parameters
Click "Settings" button, and then the following interface will pop up, on which you are allowed to customize audio and video parameters including codec, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, sample rate and audio channels to optimize the output file quality.
Step 4: Start conversion
Once all settings are done, you can click "Convert" button to start conversion, and the finally output files can be found via clicking "Open" button.
What you should do next is using iTunes to sync the output files to your iPod. After that, just connect iPod to the Pioneer DVD player in your car via a cable, okay, you’re done, enjoy it now. It’s the perfect way to entertain kids and adults on long and short road trips.
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