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Best solution to convert Blu-ray movie m2ts stream to iPad 720p H.264?

With a longer battery life of 10 hours, and a larger screen (9.7-inch) than the iPod/iPhone, the iPad promises users a robust portable viewing experience. Ranging from 16GB to 64GB in storage size, now you can carry much more video and play that video for far longer than ever before. Have you got ready for making full use of that wider screen to watch your Blu-ray collection? Have you already found the best way to convert Blu-ray M2TS stream to the iPad? Since iPad supports 720p H.264 video, you can imagine how amazing it is if you watch Blu-rays in sharp 720p HD video on the iPad. If you have not got such a solution, this article will definitely do you a favor. It intends to give a detailed tutorial of ripping BR to iPad 720p H.264 video with Pavtube Blu-ray to iPad converter (Mac version: Mac Blu-ray Ripper). Please feel free to get what you are looking for.

Step 1: Click "BD/DVD ROM", "BD/DVD Folder" or "IFO/ISO" to load BD m2ts streams.

Step 2: Select iPad preset
Click on the dropdown list of "Format", and then follow "iPad" > "iPad HD Video (*.mp4)".

Tip: The default settings will guarantee you a great playback quality on your iPad. So there is no need to change anything. To see the default settings, you can click "Settings" button, and then video and audio parameters like codec, aspect ratio, bitrate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel will all be shown as below:

Step 3: Click “Convert” button to start ripping Blu-ray m2ts stream to iPad 720p H.264 video
Once the conversion is finished, you can get the output 720p H.264 video for your iPad via clicking "Open" button. After that, just sync the converted Blu-ray movies to your iPad with iTunes for watching. More details about this iPad Blu-ray Ripper.

Learn more: Best iPad DVD converter and iPad Video converter

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