Tip & How-To about Audio Players & Recorders
Blu-ray movies always provide people with outstanding visual and aural experiences, so you can imagine how wonderful it is to watch BD movies on your widescreen HDTV with your families sitting on the couch comfortably in your living room. Roughly, the ways people used to watching Blu-ray movies are various, and the straightest method is connecting a Blu-ray disc player to a HDTV for playback. However, People also have other solutions even though they have no Blu-ray player, including using an Iomega hard disk media player or a WDTV Media player, Popcorn Hour, Xbox 360, or other media players or devices as a medium, or using an external hard drive to store the BD files and then connect it to HDTV to watch the movies, or using the HDMI port or an S-Video cable to watch videos from PC to HDTV, etc.
Since Blu-ray movies have strict copy protections (AACS, BD+, region code), as well as these intermediates have their requested video formats, for example, some supports mpeg4, divx, and xvid, some supports AVI or WMV, and some supports MKV or others. It is essential to remove BD protections and rip Blu-ray to an appropriate format for playback on HDTV through these in-between devices. You may ask: "what is your method to do format conversion?" Well, the following paragraphs will shed some light on this question.
Software you will need:
Pavtube Blu-Ray Ripper
To find a step-by-step instruction in the following:
Step 1: Install and launch this program, and afterwards you can click "DVD Rom", "DVD Folder" or "IFO/ISO" icon to load your Blu-ray files.
Step 2: Select subtitle and audio track
Click on the pull down menu of "Subtitle", then all the subtitles in the BD movie will be listed out, including language and subtitle ID, you can select one according to your own needs.
Click the drop-down list of "Audio", and then all the info about audio tracks are shown clearly, including language, audio codec(turehd and dts master audio are both supported as well), stream ID, and audio channel, you can choose whatever you like to do conversion.
Step 3: Select output format
Click on the drop down menu of "Format" to select output format. Which one to choose is depending on the compatible formats of your media players or devices that you used to transfer BD files to your HDTV. For instance, if your player is capable of playback .m2ts files, you can choose "Copy"- "Directly Copy", and this option will keep the original quality of your BD content to full extent. If your device allows HD playback, and supports h.264 mp4 format, and then this one would be the correct selection for you. The rest can be done in the same manner.
H.264 HD Video .mp4:
Step 4: Set advanced settings
Please notice that this step is unavailable if you have chosen "Directly Copy" in Step 3. Click on "Settings" button, and then you will be able to adjust audio and video parameters including codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channels in the popup window as below. 5.1 channels are supported to keep the stunning surround sound of the BD movie.
Step 5: Click "Convert" button to start BD ripping
Once finished, the output files can be found out via clicking on "Open" button effortlessly, and then you can use your own ways to watch Blu-ray movies on your HDTV, such as connecting your PC to your HDTV via S-Video or HDMI cables, or adding them to your media players for playback on the HDTV, or whatever. Just Enjoy it.
For more: http://www.pavtube.com/blu-ray-ripper/
Posted by oposky2006 on
Mar 13, 2011 | Samsung BD-P2550 Blu-Ray Player
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