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How to enjoy Blu-ray and DVD movies on iPad?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by lucy, May 7, 2010.

  1. lucy

    lucy Flightless Bird

    How to enjoy Blu-ray and DVD movies on iPad?
    We all pretty much knew it was happening, and Steve Jobs didn’t let us down:
    Apple introduced a tablet device called the iPad in San Francisco on January
    27.As Jobs said, the iPad is a creative product. It can perform a perfect
    performance in E-mail, enjoying photos, music and videos, and playing games. The
    one hundred forty thousand application in the utility store will enable to you
    do lots of things conveniently. The online iBook store can allow you to enjoy
    millions of books anywhere and anytime. Smart design and powerful function will
    make iPad App fans’ favorite in the near future.

    Video actually played a big role during the announcement, with Job’s saying
    that a new device only made sense if it was better at watching video, among
    other tasks, than current laptops and smartphones. And the fact is that iPad can
    do a good job in HD movies and TV shows playback. The 9.7— inch LED-backlit
    glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology will make you enjoy a
    more wonderful visual experience than ever. However, it is pity that there is no
    built-in optical drive, and the external drives are very expensive. So, how can
    we watch Blu-ray and DVD movies on iPad in an easy and cheap way? Here I will
    share the best solution with you all.
    To rip Blu-ray disc and DVD, Blu-ray Ripper and BD drive on a Mac are required.
    You may download Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac from here. It is naturally
    support DVD ripping and allows you to select audio track of any language of the
    movie. Now find a step-to-step guide below:

    Step 1: Click "DVD Folder" or "IFO File" to import Blu-ray files.

    Step 2: Click the drop-down list at the end of "Format" to select an HD format
    as output format. Here I choose H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)" for instance.

    Step 3: Click "Browse" button to look for and set a save path to store the
    output HD videos.

    Step 4: Click "Settings" button to do advanced settings.

    After clicking this button, you will enter the window shown below, on which
    you are allowed to adjust video and audio parameters like codec name, bit rate,
    image pixel, sample rate, etc., in that way you can take charge of the output
    file size as well as image quality on your hands freely.

    Step 5: Click "Convert" button to start Blu-ray ripping.

    As long as the ripping work is finished, you can click "Open" button to find
    out the ripped HD files with ease. Then, you can transfer the generated file to
    your iPad to enjoy wonderful high quality Blu-ray movies.

    Learn more: http://www.pavtube.com/blu-ray-ripper
  2. Trev

    Trev Flightless Bird

    Does I pad run Windows 7
  3. Bob I

    Bob I Flightless Bird

    I hear iPad is extremely uncomfortable to sit on while watching a movie.

    On 5/7/2010 10:25 AM, lucy wrote:

    <snip OT crap>
  4. milt

    milt Flightless Bird

    On 5/7/2010 10:33 AM, Trev wrote:
    > Does I pad run Windows 7

    Nope, it doesn't. So, no idea why anyone would post that here.
  5. PhoenixGTR

    PhoenixGTR Flightless Bird

    On Fri, 07 May 2010 20:56:39 -0500, milt
    <theatre_nospam_guy@miltsweb.com> wrote:
    > On 5/7/2010 10:33 AM, Trev wrote:
    > > Does I pad run Windows 7

    > Nope, it doesn't. So, no idea why anyone would post that here.

    Because they're a bot just spamming all the NGs that's why.

  6. Charles Tomaras

    Charles Tomaras Flightless Bird

    "lucy" <lucy@domain-xyz.in> wrote in message
    > How to enjoy Blu-ray and DVD movies on iPad?

    FYI "lucy". Blu Ray and DVD are disc formats. You can't enjoy Blu Ray or DVD
    on an iPad because there is no way to connect a Blu Ray or a DVD disc drive
    to an iPad. What you are really spamming/hawking is a transcoder.

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